The following videos show several examples of NCAN staff presenting work through the media.

Peter: The Human Cyborg
August 26, 2020
This documentary follows Peter Scott-Morgan, diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease, and looking for an assistive technology to maintain his ability to communicate as his disease progresses.
WNYT Forum 13 - Adaptive Neurotechnologies
July 19, 2017
Drs. Jonathan Wolpaw and Gerwin Schalk of the National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies discuss the research at the Center and how it is being applied to improve the quality of life for those with spinal cord injuries and neurological disorders.
Grey's Anatomy: Map of You
October 24, 2013
This Grey's Anatomy episode features brain mapping technology developed at NCAN.
Controlling Devices With Your Mind
October 22, 2013
This news segments showcases the Brain-Computer Interfaces research at NCAN.
ABC Sunday Morning: The next step in bionics
October 10, 2011
This ABC Sunday Morning segments features NCAN's work on developing a way to translate thought into speech.
American Museum of Natural History "Listening to the Brain"
November 23, 2010
This American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan had a large exhibit entitled "Brain - The Inside Story". It included a video prominently featuring our ECoG-based studies.
CNN Edge of Discovery - Brain Readers
August 1, 2009
This episode of CNN's Edge of Discovery showcases brain-computer interface research at Wadsworth, and highlights members of our team.
CBS 60 Minutes
November 2, 2008
This feature of CBS 60 Minutes describes Wadsworth BCI, and its promise for restoring communication to people who are completely paralyzed, such as people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Scott Pelley wears an EEG cap and spells words with his brain signals using the Wadsworth home BCI system.
  BCI2000 on Today Show with Katie Couric
December 1, 2005
This clip is from the Today Show on NBC with Katie Couric. In this show, she uses scalp-recorded EEG to write the word “peace” with the Wadsworth P300-based BCI system.

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