Friday, 30 August 2013

Article in The Guardian

Very kindly on the 8th of August The Guardian discusses some of our work on collaborative BCI in an article entitled "Are two heads better than one? The psychology of Pacific Rim". Below I attach the picture they use. Many thanks!

Thursday, 11 April 2013

Focus magazine reports on our collaborative brain computer interfaces

Focus, an Italian national science magazine (probably the most widespread with approximately half a million copies printed monthly), has devoted a short article to our work on collaborative BCI in its April 2013 issue.

Thursday, 7 March 2013

Discovery News article on our collaborative BCI

Discovery News, a well known news and media web site, has devoted a long-ish article entitled "Steer a Spaceship with Your Brain" to our work on space-craft control (and also decision making) using a collaborative brain-computer interface (see page 1 and page 2 of the article).

They gave a very good account of the work, and even interviewed an independent expert, Prof Deniz Erdogmus of Northeastern University in Boston, to ask for an evaluation of our work. Luckily he was very supportive :-)

Many thanks!

PS: Discovery News have the habit of sprinkling articles with what look like click-able section headings. They are not: they are just links to related news items. Don't get fooled. (I was....)

Friday, 15 February 2013

Article in the Financial Times Magazine

The Financial Times has devoted an article to the collaborative brain-computer interfaces research we have carried out with NASA JPL in their weekend Magazine this week. The article is entitled "How to fly a spaceship – with your mind". It can be accesses also through the FT web site (here, second article in the page) or see picture below

Article on our BCI work in The Rabbit

The Rabbit is the University of Essex's student newspaper. It comes out every other Friday. Today, in their issue 140, they were kind enough to report on our Brain Computer Interfaces work with NASA JPL.

Wednesday, 6 February 2013

ScienceOmega coverage of our collaborative BCI

The technology news web site ScienceOmega has covered our work with collaborative forms of Brain-Computer Interfaces with an article today:
Two heads better to control simulated spacecraft