Introducing a new set of non-invasive technology that will let computers stimulate the brain for medical purposes
The aim of HIVE is to design, develop and test a new generation of more powerful and controllable non-invasive brain stimulation technologies. Studies have been carry out to analyse the different neuron-current interaction modelling and simulation experiments using tDCS, TMS, EEG and fMRI in different scenarios. Afterwards, the project looked at the underlying interaction between living beings with the computer hardware and software-wise. Different states of consciousness, stimulation and therapy were studied in the process.
Restoring neuronal connections of patients that suffered brain damage due to accidents or strokes
Allowing doctors to detect cancer cells on the spot while undergoing surgery
- Registered patents
- Prototyping phase