About personal neuro devices

Personal Neuro Devices, Inc (PND) is a company working to develop wearable and usable brain-computer-interface (BCI) technology for widespread use. BCI is the key to unlocking immeasurable value in the fields of healthcare, IT, military, and communication. Industry titans like Elon Musk and Facebook are now working to commercialize BCI devices and PND is poised to enter the market with short delay. Mood, the mind and emotion influence how people behave, and PND focuses all of its resources, research, and attention to bringing these things together with technology.

History

  • 2010
  • Personal Neuro Devices incorporated
  • 2012
  • First hires and major development begins
  • 2013
  • First neuro apps for the NeuroSky platform released
  • 2014
  • PND meditation neuro app released Tens of thousands PND neuro apps downloaded and in use PND developing full-stack hardware, neuro-feedback app, neurometrics, cloud back end
  • 2015
  • PND begins investigation in the area of concussion symptom treatment and brain injury recovery tracking
  • 2016
  • Brain sensing hardware prototypes introduced for testing
  • 2017
  • PND conceptualizes and starts development of Brainmoji
  • USPTO patent granted # 9,532,748 awarded for "wearable brain monitoring methods and devices"

USPTO Patent # 9532748

Wearable brain monitoring methods and devices

Patents
This patent and the invention relates to Personal Neuro Device's ("PND") EEG-based brain activity monitoring devices, and more particularly to PND's uniquely wearable and portable systems for brain activity recording, storage, analysis, and neurofeedback that operate in conjunction with multiple applications and web-based frameworks for more extensive storage and analysis.
Design Patents
The PND Spark wearable brain activity monitoring device is unique with its backband design that allows facial and forehead open and clear a design featured in major motion pictures and entertainment including Allegian, Suicide Squad and Dark Matter.
Copyrights
BrainMoji and MoodMoji and numerous others.

USPTO Patent # 9532748

Wearable brain monitoring methods and devices

Patents
This patent and the invention relates to Personal Neuro Device's ("PND") EEG-based brain activity monitoring devices, and more particularly to PND's uniquely wearable and portable systems for brain activity recording, storage, analysis, and neurofeedback that operate in conjunction with multiple applications and web-based frameworks for more extensive storage and analysis.
Design Patents
The PND Spark wearable brain activity monitoring device is unique with its backband design that allows facial and forehead open and clear a design featured in major motion pictures and entertainment including Allegian, Suicide Squad and Dark Matter.
Copyrights
BrainMoji and MoodMoji and numerous others.

Why Brainmoji?

We want to help people communicate in an easier, more personal way through automatic mood-sensing and expression. The popularity of photo-based social apps and emojis in digital communication is evidence that users crave more visual, expressive ways of interacting online. The potential of BCI technology to improve digital communication is huge.

Why EEG?

EEG has the capability to measure attention, emotion, memory & engagement. By leveraging this well-established technology we can focus on applications and use cases that will make people’s lives better and more interesting.

What Else?

SPARK SILVER & GOLD

Our custom headset concepts elevate the aesthetics of wearable tech. Working with brands and partners, we plan to customize the look of our headset to make brain-sensing Spark-le.

CONCUSSION RECOVERY

PND is conducting research into the ways our headset can help patients with concussions or other brain injuries. Our apps in development range from simple EEG data tracking to activities that help to improve brain function after an injury.

SPARK KIDS

Spark Kids brings our technology to a younger demographic, with fun add-ons like the Spark crystal ball and toy drone that respond to brain activity.

For information about investment opportunities with PND, please contact

denison@personalneurodevices.com