Corrections to The Observer article "Mind power allows disabled to take a virtual stroll", edition of Sunday 2nd July 2006
Disclaimer: Although PRESENCCIA is pleased to announce the news stories that are linked to The Observer's article, we cannot take responsibility for incorrect reporting since we have no editorial control over what appears. There is a list of some corrections of fact that we have spotted.
This work is not by 'British scientists' but is a collaboration between scientists at Graz University of Technology, Brain Computer Interface Laboratory, and members of the Computer Science Department at UCL.
"The system, known as the Brain-Computer Interface Project, was funded with £900,000 of UK government research money." The work is in fact funded by the European Union's FET programme, under two projects - Presencia and PRESENCCIA.
Many of the quotes have been assigned incorrectly between the three people mentioned in the article.