By 2016, the start-up was valued at $1 billion, with the MindMaze VR technology making its way into hospitals across Europe and Asia. In-patient devices like MindMotion Pro, and portable devices like MindMotion Go, have already helped more than 1,300 patients.
McLaren Racing and MindMaze, a global ‘unicorn’ startup in brain technology, today announced an innovative and strategic partnership for the 2019 Indianapolis 500.
MindMaze founder Tej Tadi uses VR to rehabilitate the brains of stroke patients. Now he’s creating a microchip that can replicate the way that the brain handles huge amounts of data
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared MindMotion GO (MindMaze), a mobile neurorehabilitation therapy system designed to motivate and engage patients in daily rehabilitation, the company reports
Tej Tadi is the founder and CEO of MindMaze, a Switzerland-based company that fuses neuroscience and virtual reality technology to create human-machine interfaces.
Mindmaze is Switzerland’s only officially recognized billion-dollar Startup. The unicorn business employs Virtual Reality in a range of sectors including healthcare.