The technology simultaneously acquires data from 1 million neurons in real time. It converts spike data and sends it for processing and storage on conventional systems. Subject feedback is provided in 25 milliseconds — stimulating up to 100,000 neurons.
This has implications for basic research, clinical diagnosis, and brain disease treatment, and is built for implantable, bidirectional brain computer interfaces, used to communicate complex data between neurons and computers. This includes monitoring the brain of paralyzed patients, early detection of epileptic seizures, and real-time feedback to control to robotic prostheses.
Announcing ApplySci’s 9th Wearable Tech + Digital Health + Neurotech conference — September 25, 2018 at the MIT Media Lab