In the News

Lucas C. Parra

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Several students (at various levels including HS, UG, MS) have been playing in the lab with Human-Computer Interfaces using eye-tracking. This caught the attention the media when it was submitted to the New York City Science and Engineering Fair:

The Nature Communication paper showing that inter-subject synchrony of EEG is a good predictor TV audience response attracted quite a bit of press:

Our study on measuring engagement with EEG during movies generated quite a buzz:

The finding that EEG signals can be boosted by puting subjects on their head was written up here:

The study on audiovisual speech recognition was featured in

Our work on brain-reading technology has generated a few articles over the years:

last updated on August 2012.