Springfield, MO: Today, Springfield’s Double Jump Media announced their video collaboration with Boston-based Neurable, a trailblazer in the neurotech industry. Double Jump produced the video locally as part of an IndieGoGo campaign for Neurable’s first product, “Enten,” a pair of smart headphones that read brain waves to show users when and where they focus best. The campaign, which launched April 28, 2021, funded in a matter of minutes and ended up exceeding its initial goal by 900%. At the heart of the headphones is a brain-computer interface developed by Neurable co-founder Ramses Alcaide, Ph.D. Alcaide designed the interface to give people the ability to control objects and software using only their thoughts. Neurable is part of a wave of revolutionary consumer tech bringing neuroscience into everyday life. A slew of publications has since featured Neurable, including Forbes Magazine, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.
Neurable, along with crowdfunding experts Russell Marketing out of Brooklyn, tapped Double Jump to create the campaign video earlier this year. “When Neurable and Russell approached us, it was apparent that what they were launching was something exceptional. We feel honored to be a part of bringing this life-changing tech to people’s attention,” said Ben Clayton, Founder and CEO of Double Jump Media.
Neurable is the latest in a string of successful crowdfunding campaigns that Double Jump has collaborated on with up-and-coming tech companies. Click here to check out Double Jump’s Neurable video. To learn more about Enten headphones, visit their website at www.neurable.com.
About Double Jump Media: Double Jump Media is a Springfield, Missouri-based video production company founded in 2014. Double Jump’s portfolio features videos for domestic and international clients, including Trek Bicycles, Forbes, and Dairy Farmers of America. They take their work very seriously, but not themselves.