Start-up marries neuroscience with robotics

The search for a solution to repair the central nervous system is coming to close, thanks to an India-born neuroscientist. Tej Tadi believes he has found a way to help patients with diseases, trauma and disorders of the nervous system using MindMaze, a chip that marries neuroscience with computer graphics and robotics. In an interview with the Economic Times, Tadi explained that “the chip computes the world like your brain does more intuitively. You think of something and that would happen through the software.” What started out as a doctoral research about a decade back at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology gave birth to MindMaze, a healthcare start-up based in Switzerland. And less than three years later, the MindMaze team “has developed and launched medical grade virtual reality products…


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