TORONTO, Canada — A neurological health-tech company that has previously worked with NASA and the US Army is releasing its first consumer-facing product, which its founder believes could one day help it become a “Peloton for brain health”.
NeurolignFit, from Neurolign Technologies, is a handheld device that draws on the latest innovations in eye-tracking technology so users can track, understand and improve their overall mental acuity from the comfort of their own home.
Founded in 2019 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Neurolign is headed up by Founder, CEO and Chairman Eugene Melnyk, a veteran of the health-tech and healthcare startup ecosystem.
“The brain, just like any other part of the human body, needs to be exercised and cared for, and with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic reinvigorating public dialogue around wellness, a product like NeurolignFit has never been more prescient,” Melnyk commented on the launch.
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