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Human-centered technologies based on groundbreaking research in the neuroscience of rhythm

Recent research shows that rhythm is key to unlocking the mysteries of the human brain. Oscilloscape is developing solutions based on groundbreaking discoveries that reveal how brain rhythms synchronize our behaviors with events and people in the world around us. Our technology simulates the way the brain synchronizes to sounds and coordinates rhythmic behaviors like speech, music, and movement. We use these capabilities to develop digital and device-based therapies to rehabilitate patients who suffer from language, cognitive, and motor impairments.
Our rhythmic neural networks have other uses as well. Clarity listening technologies show the promise of improving speech clarity in noisy, real-world environments to enhance the performance of hearing aids and intelligent virtual assistants. Synchrony offers real-time perceptual analysis of music, with diverse applications from home lighting to augmented reality.

Technology

Our Solutions

Synchrony™

synchrony™

Real-time perceptual music analysis with the most advanced oscillatory neural networks in the world.

Synchrony™

eloquence™

Digital and device-based therapies for the rehabilitation of language fluency and cognitive function.

clarity™

clarity™

Enhanced hearing performance in noisy, real-world environments using principles of nonlinear neurodynamics.

Our Team

Team

Edward Large

CEO & Founder
​Dr. Large is the founder of Oscilloscape and Professor of Psychological Sciences and Director of the Theoretical Neuroscience Laboratory at the University of Connecticut. Dr. Large's research has focused on elucidating the nonlinear dynamics of the human brain to understand and rehabilitate the rhythmic cordination of perception, action, and cognition..
Team

​Ji Chul Kim

Chief Science Officer
​Dr. Kim, co-founder of Oscilloscape, is one of the world’s leading experts in oscillatory neural dynamics and auditory perception. Dr. Kim's background spans physics, music theory, and human cognition, and his research focuses on the temporal dynamics of human perception and human behavior.
Team

Jon Forsyth

Chief Technology Officer
​As chief technology officer, Dr. Forsyth is responsible for bringing nonlinear dynamics to life in transformative technologies that support real-time human interaction. His background combines physics at Cornell, computer science at Princeton, and music technology at NYU, with extensive experience in technological innovation.

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