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Neuralink N1 Wearable / Brain computer interface

Neuralink N1 Wearable
Neuralink N1 Wearable

Discipline: Professional Concept

Discipline: Professional Concept

Elon Musk and the team at Neuralink want to create a brain computer interface that allows people to control machines with their thoughts. The target market for this technology are patients with full or partial paralysis who would greatly benefit from the independence a technology like this would provide them. Up until now most of these technologies have not been able to make it out of the laboratory. The Neuralink N1 would be the first product of its kind to finally make it out into the real world so that this patient population could actually take advantage of this powerful technology.

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Specific country/region: As this is not on the market yet, it is not clear what region would be served.

  • TARGET GROUPS Other target groups: Patients with full or partial paralysis, Specific sub-group: In the long term, this technology could be used by people without paralysis

Client / Manufacturer

Neuralink

Neuralink
San Francisco, United States

Design

WOKEstudios

WOKE studio
Vancouver, Canada

Afshin Mehin Levi Joo Jean Louis Iaconis

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Neuralink

Neuralink
San Francisco, United States

Max Hodak DJ Seo