MindAffect

MindAffect has developed a Brain Computer Interface that allows locked-in patients to communicate again.

 

 

 

MindAffect

MindAffect has developed a Brain Computer Interface that allows locked-in patients to communicate again.

 

 

 

With Mindaffect, we have developed a Brain Computer Interface (BCI) that allows locked-in patients, such as people suffering from ALS, to interact or communicate by controlling a computer with brain signals. Further down the road, we want to open up our BCI through a Software Development Kit. Our team works on the cutting-edge of artificial intelligence and neuroscience. MindAffect was spun-out of the renowned Donders Institute of the Radboud University Nijmegen in September 2017.

Contact information

MindAffect Transistorweg 5
6534 AT Nijmegen
Nederlan
info@mindaffect.nl Website