By: Sean Whooley
Blackrock Neurotech announced today that it revealed its Neuralace next-generation neural interface for brain-computer interface (BCI) technology.
Salt Lake City-based Blackrock unveiled the interface at the Society for Neuroscience 2022 event this week.
It designed the Neuralace platform as an ultra-high channel count, flexible electrode. The company said in a news release that it provides a glimpse into the technology set to fuel its future BCIs.
“Neuralace demonstrates our belief in where the science must go in order to unlock the true potential of BCI,” said Marcus Gerhardt, co-founder and CEO of Blackrock. “This concept technology is the start of Blackrock’s journey toward whole-brain data capture that will transform the way neurological disorders are treated.”