CTRL-labs is a neural interface company. It develops a wristband that translates musculoneural signals into machine-interpretable commands.

Parent CompanyFacebook
HQNew York, NY, US
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
CTRL-labs was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York, NY, US

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Key People/Management at CTRL-labs

Adam Berenzweig

Adam Berenzweig

Director of R&D
Daniel Wetmore

Daniel Wetmore

Director, Clinical & Research Partnerships
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CTRL-labs Office Locations

CTRL-labs has an office in New York
New York, NY, US (HQ)
1001 6th Ave 5th floor
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CTRL-labs Financials and Metrics

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$67 m


In total, CTRL-labs had raised $67 m. CTRL-labs is a subsidiary of Facebook

CTRL-labs Operating Metrics

Sep, 2020

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CTRL-labs News and Updates

FB buys brain-reading neural interface startup CTRL-labs for $500M to $1B

Social networking giant Facebook Inc. has acquired neural interface startup CTRL-labs, an east coast startup that reads brain signals for an undisclosed price. Bloomberg, quoiting people familiar with the matter pegs the acquisition price as between $500 million and $1 billion. At either end of the…

Facebook to buy brain science start-up CTRL-labs

Facebook Inc said on Monday it bought New York-based CTRL-labs, a start-up that is exploring ways for people to communicate with computers using brain signals, in a deal that CNBC said was valued at $1 billion.

Facebook acquires Ctrl-labs to advance its brain-machine interface efforts

Facebook announced its intentions to acquire Ctrl-labs, a New York-based startup developing brain-machine interface hardware, for an undisclosed sum.

Facebook agrees to acquire brain-computing start-up CTRL-labs

Facebook on Monday announced the acquisition of CTRL-labs, a New York startup that specializes in allowing humans to control computers using their brains.

Ctrl-labs acquires Myo armband patents from North, joins OpenXR working group

New York-based startup Ctrl-labs has acquired patents associated with North's Myo wristband, which translated neural signals into digital commands.

CTRL-labs scoops up Myo armband tech from North

Before pivoting to smart glasses, Thalmic Labs (now North) tried its best to make its Myo gestural arm band controller the future of user input. Now, another startup is picking up the baton, acquiring patents related to the product and customer data. The IP is being bought by CTRL-labs, a New York-b…
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CTRL-labs Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was CTRL-labs founded?

    CTRL-labs was founded in 2015.

  • Who are CTRL-labs key executives?

    CTRL-labs's key executives are Adam Berenzweig and Daniel Wetmore.

  • How many employees does CTRL-labs have?

    CTRL-labs has 8 employees.

  • Who are CTRL-labs competitors?

    Competitors of CTRL-labs include Infrrd, Kare Knowledgeware and Grip.

  • Where is CTRL-labs headquarters?

    CTRL-labs headquarters is located at 1001 6th Ave 5th floor, New York.

  • Where are CTRL-labs offices?

    CTRL-labs has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does CTRL-labs have?

    CTRL-labs has 1 office.