What if we could restore or enhance
function using the power of advanced computing and AI?
What if we could restore or enhance function using the power of advanced computing and AI?
Our direct data interface makes it possible.
We are building a high data-rate brain computer interface (BCI) to provide technology solutions for people with neurological and brain-related conditions. Our first clinical application will help severely motor-impaired people communicate, enabling social connection and restoring independence.
Fast, robust BCI for advanced capabilities
Direct access to individual neural signals
AI-enabled neural signal interpretation
Designed for user-friendly, long-term use
DDI is the future of brain tech
A brain computer interface (BCI) gathers neural signals from the brain and translates them into useful digital data.
A direct data interface (DDI) is a BCI that senses the action potentials of individual neurons, providing the high resolution and data rate needed for the most transformative, advanced applications.
A fundamental human need
People with motor impairment caused by ALS, spinal cord injury, or stroke may struggle to speak or use a computer. Many rely on slow, frustrating gaze-tracking systems. This impedes their ability to meet basic needs, to maintain social connections, and to engage independently with digital devices.
The Connexus Direct Data Interface will enable motor-impaired people to communicate and independently use a computer by translating their neural signals into synthesized speech, text, and cursor control.
One in three people suffer from a neurological condition or injury. Treatments are often nonexistent or insufficient.
With the brain in direct communication with digital devices, we can leverage technology to revolutionize treatments for conditions ranging from sensory and motor deficits to mood disorders.
While our system will first help motor-impaired people communicate, our massively scalable platform will drive expanding capabilities to enhance the lives of millions of people.
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