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Want to know how your child's brain works? Take your cue from moms Solenn, Kryz and Georgina

MANILA, Philippines — A parent’s world is filled with pieces of advice—the best kindergarten, best educational toys, best milk and nutrition provider—all promising to help develop the little ones’ gifted brain. And while we know that each is individually intelligent, we want to know their unique gift.

Recently, celebrity Promil moms Georgina Wilson, Solenn Heusaff-Bolzico and Kryz Uy had a special peek into their children’s brains through a groundbreaking invention called Gifted Brain Visualizer, the main highlight of the Gifted Brain Room at Robinsons Galleria in Ortigas.

The Gifted Brain Visualizer is a safe brainwave monitor expertly made in collaboration with Myndplay in the UK and Wyeth Nutrition. It uses sensors on the forehead to measure the electrical brainwave activity, which is then transmitted by Bluetooth to a tablet, allowing the wearer to view four key brain developmental milestones—focus, memory, language and problem-solving—that an individual is using in real-time.

The visualizer flashes red when the brain is working on focus, blue on creativity, green on problem-solving, violet on language, and yellow on memory.

In essence, the tool lets parents witness their child’s brain activity, providing insights into their strengths—the milestones they usually use to tackle tasks—and areas for development.

The Gifted Brain Room is, therefore, an immersive experience for children three to seven years old and their families.

Picture a group of four kids wearing the visualizer embarking on a 20-minute journey filled with puzzles, challenges and problem-solving tasks. Through the expertly crafted activities, children engage their minds while having a blast—quite literally on the visualizer.

For Solenn, seeing her daughter Tili immersed in the Gifted Brain Room was a revelation.

“At first, I wasn’t sure how it worked,” she shares, “but when Tili put on the device, the attached iPad automatically lit up, showing which part of her brain she was using. It was incredible to witness in real-time.”

Tili, described by Solenn as a multilingual and inquisitive child, always impresses her family with her quick memory. She surprises everyone with her linguistic abilities,