Brainco was incubated through the Harvard Innovation Lab in February of 2015 and focuses on the development of portable wireless BMI wearables, which aims to improve working efficiency through a scientifically-proven training method called neurofeedback training. The company has raised $5 million in fundraising since their inception due to investors and their ability to accumulate rewards for their technological accomplishments.
Somerville, MA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/29/2016 -- BrainCo, a company dedicated to developing the most technologically advanced brain machine interface (BMI) wearables, has raised more than $5 million in fundraising since their inception in February of 2015.
The company began in the Harvard Innovation Lab. BrainCo gathers scientists and researchers from the top universities in the country to implement BMI into daily life. Their efforts are focused on helping those who struggle daily to maintain their focus. However, their technology does not stop there. BrainCo has set out to change the way people relax, study, play, communicate and live.
The five million in fundraising has been accumulated through several different outlets that are available to startups. These outlets include investments from other companies, awards from different startup competitions and more. The latest award came from the MassChallenge, which awarded BrainCo with their Gold prize worth $50,000.
The flagship product for BrainCO is the Focus 1, a wearable headband that is helping children and teenagers improve their attention levels. By collecting neurofeedback to the brain, it's able to display real-time brain activity and utilize that data to help regulate brain function. Students with anxiety and ADHD can train their brains to break free of these restraints.
For more information regarding BrainCo and to see why so many investors and competitions are rewarding their efforts, visit BrainCo.Tech today.
BrainCo was founded in February of 2015 and incubated from the Harvard Innovation Lab. The company focuses on the development of portable wireless BMI wearables, which aims to improve working efficiency through a scientifically-proven training method called neurofeedback training. By July of 2016, BrainCo was able to further expand and transfer headquarters to Somerville near the Harvard Campus. Today, the company continues to strive to apply brain machine interface (BMI) and neurofeedback training to optimize the potential of the human brain. Everyday BrainCo is working on further developments to improve attention levels through real-time EEG detections and feedback algorithms.
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