Neurable is a brain-computer interface company building software and hardware products, neurotechnology tools that interpret human intent, measure emotion and provide telekinetic control of the digital world. Neurable is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts and was founded in 2015 by James Hamet, Michael Thompson, and Ramses Alcaide.
Neurable developed a mind-controlled virtual reality (VR) game in 2017, built to enable developer to create brain-controlled content for virtual reality. The company plans to apply their machine learning techniques to headphones that can be used to interface with mobile phones, PCs and AR devices. The vision of Neurable is to enable new ways to interact with computers and enhance communication between people, such as by sending a text by thinking instead of typing. Neurable’s software uses machine learning to measure and classify EEG signals in real time. The company has software that controls VR, AR and XR environments.
On December 22, 2017 Neurable received and undisclosed amount of venture funding from Founders Club.
On June 27, 2018 Neurable completed their series A funding round with an undisclosed amount of funding from the Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund.
Neurable was founded.
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- Cluster: Brain-computer interfaceA collection of topics, research organizations, companies and technologies related to brain-computer interface (BCI) systems, also called brain-machine interface (BMI). These devices translate neuronal information into commands that can control software or hardware like computers or robotic devices.