Enabling [the future]

What if the brain were accessible to direct communication with computers, advanced sensors…or any digital device?

Enabling [brain data]

The brain is a data organ. It needs a data interface.

Our mission

Direct data interfaces

Paradromics is building a direct data interface with the brain to provide technology solutions to unmet medical challenges.

Learn more about our vision for the future and the team who are making this vision a reality.

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Enabling [technology]

Connexus® Direct Data Interface

A revolutionary leap beyond today’s lab-confined brain-computer interfaces (BCI), our Connexus Direct Data Interface (DDI) collects an unprecedented number of individual neural signals with a fully-implantable device designed for long-term daily use.

Data from 1600+ neurons

Biocompatible microelectrode arrays target neurons 1.5 mm below the surface of the cortical brain.

Implantable form factor

The complex handling of neural signals is shared across three internal components: Cortical Modules, Cranial Hub, and Transceiver.

Cortical Module

Hermetically-sealed with proprietary on-chip Quartet™ Neural Signal Transform, providing reliable, low-power conversion of neural signals to usable data.

Cranial Hub

Sits in-line with the skull, powers the Cortical Modules, and completes signal processing.


Provides wireless power and secure, high-bandwidth data relay with the external computational and user interface system.

Enabling [people]

Our first clinical use

The Connexus Direct Data Interface will first be used as an assistive communication device for people who’ve lost the ability to speak or type—essentially transforming their neural data into text or synthesized speech.

Enabling [solutions]

Potential applications

Our platform–and the massive brain data it accesses–has broad potential for therapeutic and diagnostic application to countless neurological or brain-related disorders.

Providing autonomy of movement and communication to paralyzed people
Restoring sensation to people with sensory deficits
Detecting and treating mental illness

Enabling [the future]

A new medical paradigm

By making the brain accessible to direct communication with digital interfaces, we can leverage technology to solve some of our most difficult medical challenges. With their first clinical use on the horizon, we’ve only begun to realize the vast impact that direct data interfaces with the brain will have on the future of medicine.

Leveraging the vast brain data that we can access to solve difficult neurological and brain-related medical challenges.

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