Cambridge-based Neurable are building a BCI cap for VR gaming.
From Shen et al, 2018, Deep image reconstruction from human brain activity
Seoul-based Looxid Labs is releasing an all-in-one eye-tracker, VR headset and EEG device. It has 6 dry electrodes (Fp1, Fp2, AF3, AF4, AF7 and AF8) and a variable sampling rate (250Hz, 500Hz, or
Two DARPA-funded teams are testing brain implants for the treatment of mood disorders in humans. From Nature News: electrical engineer Omid Sani of [USC] ... showed the first map of how mood is encoded
Interaxon, makers of the Muse, raised 11.6M USD in a Series B-1 round led by Trend Forward Capital, Export Development Canada and OMERS Ventures.
UC Berkeley engineers have built the first dust-sized, wireless sensors that can be implanted in the body, bringing closer the day when a Fitbit-like device could monitor internal nerves, muscles or organs in
A new paper in Nature communications casts doubt on previous studies that claimed it efficacious in entraining sleep.
This report from EdSurge surfaces good and bad around the BrainCo EEG/educations startup.
A Nature Human Behavior paper claims 91% accuracy in identifying individuals who engage in suicidal ideation.
Anouk Wipperecht built an EEG-sensing unicorn horn for children with ADHD
Brooklyn-based MindReader produce a bike helmet with various biosensors, including EEG, and an urban map of readings.
Regina Dugan is leaving her BCI-oriented role at Facebook's Building 8.
In this tutorial, I'll walk you through building and testing an SVM that takes an EEG reading and predicts who, among a group of people, the brainscan came from.
In this tutorial, I walk you through pre-processing your raw EEG data to make useful feature vectors for training a classifier.
Silicon Valley-based Paradromics plan to launch a system for massively–parallel neural recordings.
SF-based HVMN produce pills for "biohacking."
Smith optical has partnered with Waterloo-based Interaxon to build a pair of EEG-sensing sunglasses.
San Francisco-based Aurora AR plan to build AR goggles with "bio sensor input and analysis."
Silicon Valley-based Thync produce a TENS pad that affixes to the user's neck.
When does law enforcement's demand to read your data become a demand to read your mind?
The Halo Sport (749 USD) uses transcranial direct-current stimulation (tDCS) for motor skill learning.
Essex-based Eyewink use ocular EMG to control smartphone apps with winks.
St Louis-based Neurolutions aim to build a BCI for stroke rehabilitation.
Pittsburgh-based Ebb market a prescription BCI device for treating insomnia.
Silicon Valley-based NeuroPace uses EEG to identify the onset of an epileptic seizure, and counteracts or disrupt the seizure onset.