Neurable Raises M in Seed Funding

Neurable, a Cambridge, Mass.-based developer of brain-computer interface (BCI) technology based on neuroscience, raised $2M in seed funding. The round was led by Brian Shin through Accomplice’s Boston Syndicate with participation from Point Judith Capital, Loup Ventures, the Kraft Group, NXT Ventures, and prominent angel investors. The company intends to use the funds to bring its software platform to market. Led by Ramses Alcaide, co-founder and CEO, Neurable has developed patent-pending technology that interprets intent based on users’ brain activity, enabling real-time control of software and connected devices using the power of the brain. The solution offers a new method for interaction in AR/VR applications, offering a hands-free method for control while avoiding the limitations of other technologies such as eye-tracking or voice commands.With Neurable, users can control menus and…

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