MindAffect raises 1 million euro venture capital
MindAffect’s funding round got quite a bit of Dutch press coverage. See below for an impression.
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.
“Prototyping the future…”
MindAffect was mentioned in a nice write up about the CES 2018 by Jonathan Littman called “Sidestepping the Singularity at CES”.
One of the cool things about CES is that you can connect directly with the geeks prototyping the future. Geeks like the Dutch scientists from MindAffect who showed us a 3D-printed prototype of their EEG cap, which molds to the head to capture brain signals through embedded sensors. The minimalist headset connects to a brain computer interface (BCI) that will soon allow ALS or “locked-in” patients to communicate.
MindAffect is Dutch showcase at CES 2018
MindAffect mentioned in De Telegraaf in an interview with Prince Constantijn of Orange about the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.