Building a better BCI: The value of input from people with complex communication needs

Webcast Description

Greg Bieker had a brain stroke 20 years ago, and currently works as an expert consultant with the Brain Computer Interface (BCI) research team at Oregon Health & Science University. He has presented at the International BCI Meeting. Greg provides input from a User Centered Design perspective that informs system development and evaluation. In this interview with Dr Melanie Fried-Oken, Greg describes his communication strategies and his role in working with the Oregon Health & Science University BCI research team.

First shown at the RERC on AAC State of the Science Conference in Arlington, Va, on July 13, 2018.

Please cite as:

Bieker, G. & Fried-Oken, M. (2018, July 13). Building a better BCI: The value of input from people with complex communication needs. Retrieved from https://aac-learning-center.psu.edu/2018/10/09/building-a-better-brain-computer-interface-the-value-of-input-from-people-with-complex-communication-needs/

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