Kernel x Aim Lab Team Collaborate with Pro Gamer Scump to Bring Neuro Measurement to Gaming

Today, Kernel and Aim Lab are expanding their partnership to allow gamers in the Los Angeles area the chance to play a unique version of the training task Gridshot, while wearing a Kernel Flow brain interface. This will allow players to understand the relationship between their minds and the games they play.

This may mark the start of a gaming revolution: one where a player will improve their performance with personalized insights based on both their unique brain activity and a broad sample of gamer-population data.

Starting today, Kernel will open its doors to hundreds of gamers in the Los Angeles area to play a unique version of Gridshot, created in partnership with Aim Lab, while wearing a Kernel Flow brain interface. Using this technology, gamers will finally begin to understand how their brain’s overall health and activity relates to quantified measures of performance, learning, and sensorimotor ability.

The first two participants were Seth “Scump” Abner, a former Call of Duty World League champion and two-time Major League Gaming X Games gold medalist, and Bryan Johnson, founder and CEO of Kernel.

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