Papers, video clips, data, or source code can be found on the publication page.
Our study on measuring engagement with EEG during movies generated quite a buzz:
Zombies, Twitter, And Braaiiins!: The Neuroscience of The Walking Dead, FastCompany, Co.Create blog (Nov 14, 2012)
"New Research Could Help Advertisers Read Your Mind" Reuters TV, (July 10, 2012).
"Your brain on horror movies"
Discovery News, (July 13, 2012).
"Alfred Hitchcock, Your Brain, and DARPA"
Neuromarketing, (June 13, 2012).
and the list goes on:
Times of India,
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:
Mind Reading Machines, Discover Magazine (October 2011)
BreakOut!: Your Brain's Search Engine, Forbes.com Video Network (January 2010)
The Brain, History Channel (November 10, 2008)
"Tapping the Computing Power of the Unconscious Brain" IEEE Spectrum Video
"A Brainy Approach to Image Sorting",
IEEE Spectrum (April 2008).
"When the brain is a component of the computer", Politiken (Danish
newspaper, July 2007).
Interfaces: Where Human and Machine Meet", IEEE Computer Magazine
"Subliminal Search", MIT Technology Review (July 2006)
"Man and machine vision in perfect harmony", New Scientist, (July
"This Is a Computer on Your Brain", Wired News (July 2006)
last updated on August 2012.