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.
La start-up suisse combine neurosciences et réalité virtuelle, et compte Leonardo di Caprio parmi ses investisseurs.
This Swiss startup fuses neuroscience, virtual reality, and computer graphics to develop brain-machine interfaces. Already, they’ve seen major healthcare applications for recovering stroke patients.