ADHD diagnosis is dependent on a variety of subjective factors and lacks a quantitative backing. Our product, reVIVE, streamlines the current ADHD diagnosis process, which can take 6-9 months and thousands of dollars.Our device consists of a virtuality reality application which tests different diagnostic criteria of ADHD. The first exercise tests restlessness. The user is confined by concentric cylinders while bombarded by outside distractions (flashing lights, moving objects etc), but is challenged to remain in a fixed position. The second exercise tests the user’s ability to concentrate while performing a task that requires sustained mental effort. The third exercise tests reactivity, and requires the user to respond to flashing objects which rapidly appear/disappear. All exercises simultaneously test how well the user is able to combine motor skills with sustained cognitive effort. Throughout these simulations, the user is prompted to reflect on their progress. Using natural language processing, emotional analysis is done on the user’s reflection, allowing our product to track the user’s comfort level throughout therapy. All of the user’s progress is visualized on a web application which enables the user to send their progress to their physician periodically. Our Virtual Reality simulation was built in C# in Unity for the HTC Vive, and Firebase was implemented as our backend service. We used the IBM Watson API and Unity SDK for emotional analysis, and the Nexmo API to automate physician updates. Charts.js was utilized to visualize data on the web application, which was coded in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript.