Dutch Brain Interface Initiative

The Dutch Brain Interface Initiative (DBI2) combines two innovative approaches to advance our understanding of cognition and brain functions: 1) Closed-loop stimulation, and 2) experiments in naturalistic environments. The consortium consists of three intertwined research areas to leverage expertise across neuroscience, artificial intelligence, and hardware engineering. The research will contribute to restoring vision for blind people and recovering movement of paralyzed people.

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The role of Noldus

The role of Noldus in this project is to listen to the needs of the academic partners so that we can gather requirements and develop our neuroscience products in line with what they want. We follow agile developments methods, so we will also gain direct feedback from prototype developments in this project. 

More information

To find out more, you can contact us directly or visit the project website. If you think Noldus might be a good partner for your consortium, please see here.


The project is led by Donders Centre for Neuroscience at Radboud University and has six other partners. Noldus is not a partner in this project. 

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This project is funded by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) as part of its 'zwartekracht' ('gravity') program.