We recently announced the availability of our first 50 Kernel Flow devices, and the response and enthusiasm far exceeded our expectations. Since, we have committed 23 Flow systems to elite academic and industry groups whose research ideas are diverse, ambitious, and extraordinarily exciting.
This week we ran our first sessions combining Kernel Flow and Virtual Reality (VR). The pairing of Kernel Flow—the world’s first full-head coverage TD-fNIRS system—and VR is of particular interest to us as we build a scalable software and hardware ecosystem for both organizations and individuals.
Kernel Founder and CEO, Bryan Johnson, sits down with Amir Kalali for a Keynote Conversation as part of CNS Summit 2020
We recently announced that the first fifty Kernel Flow systems will become available for select partners starting in January 2021 (application). We live streamed a sixty minute event explaining the technology and hearing from experts. We also posted online the full tear down video. Here is the Flow 50 offering:
First outside investment to accelerate on-demand access to world-leading, non-invasive brain recording technology
At Kernel, our primary goal is to enable improved and accelerated insights into the human brain. The 20th century was the century of physics.