News

Interview MindAffect investor Bernard Muller

One of the investors in our company is Bernard Muller. Bernard is an ALS patient himself. Dutch newspaper FD had an extensive interview with him in which he was open and honest about his struggle. It resulted in a beautiful article (free registration required, Dutch only).

06/11/2018

“An internet of brains…”

Our own Jason comments on research and experiments done at the University of Washington and Carnegie Mellon in Seattle where three people were able to play a game of Tetris by connecting their brains. Article appeared in Dutch newspaper Volkskrant – Dutch only.

18/10/2018

MindAffect a breakthrough technology for 2018

On September 27 2018, the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam was host to CES Unveiled. At the event, Prince Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau showed a video with 10 Dutch breakthrough technologies for 2018 on behalf of StartupDelta. We were featured as well and are proud of the recognition.

27/09/2018

“Typing by just looking…”

MindAffect mentioned in a column in Dutch newspaper Financieel Dagblad on the slow merging of men and computer. Dutch only and free registration needed.

06/07/2018

Our CTO Peter at Omroep Gelderland

Our CTO was invited by Dutch regional broadcaster Omroep Gelderland together with Theresa Oost, partner of ALS patient Richard Kerkhof, to talk about the possibilities of our technology for patients such as Richard.

22/06/2018

MindAffect’s CTO comments on MIT’s Alter Ego

MindAffect’s CTO Peter comments on MIT’s Alter Ego in an article by Dutch newspaper NRC.

28/05/2018

Our CEO Ivo on company funding

Our CEO Ivo was interviewed by Business News Radio on the news of our company funding (Dutch only).

15/05/2018

President and CEO of CES mentions MindAffect

MindAffect’s CEO Ivo is mentioned in an article by Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the CES:

It’s also not a bad idea to start small financially. Markets are booming this year, but as CEO of MindAffect Ivo de la Rive Box observed, this could change at a moment’s notice. And a shoestring budget may not necessarily be a bad thing: “It is also a very good way to get started when there is no money because you just keep your costs low and move forward. Some of the most successful companies all started in the same economic down times so it has its benefits as well.

07/02/2018