- MindPortal, the creator of the next personal computer that is a non-invasive brain-laptop interface, has announced that it has raised $ 5 million in seed funding. These are the details.
MindPortal – the creator of the next personal computer that is a non-invasive brain-laptop interface – recently announced that it has raised $ 5 million in seed funding. Learn Capital led the fundraising cycle with additional investment from Kleiner Perkins; Dan Siroker, Founder and CEO of Scribe AI; Matt Bellamy, rockstar and frontman of Muse; James Park, co-founder and CEO of Fitbit; Julie Zhou, co-founder of Sundial and former vice president of product design for Facebook; Scrum Ventures; and additional angels. And previous pre-seed investors included 7pc and Y Combinator.
The new round of funding will be used to hire additional neuroscientists, product engineers and machine learning experts.
MindPortal’s patent-pending portable device is capable of recording human brain activity in real time, without surgery, with 10 to 100 times more accuracy than EEG technology. And the platform’s brain computer under development will act as a two-way portal as it can connect the mind to immersive, creative and playful experiences and also as a gateway to the mind. While wearing the MindPortal device, people will be able to create and share new experiences, for example in VR / AR, simply by using their thoughts and channeling the experiences into their minds.
“We are driven by a vision of the future where every human being on the planet has a greater opportunity to fully develop their talents and spirit. MindPortal pursues what some would call the holy grail – namely, a portable, non-invasive platform that samples brain activity at high spatial and temporal resolution, a technical feat that could unlock the potential for dramatic improvement in productivity. at work, at play and at life. “
– Rob Hutter, Founder and Managing Partner of Learn Capital
“All technology has been generated from the ingenuity of the human mind, but for the first time in the history of our species, we are directing that ingenuity towards creating technology that enhances the human mind. -even.
– Ekram Alam, co-founder and CEO of MindPortal