Visual Neuroscience System
For experiments with alert and behaving monkeys
New Wiki-based documentation system
The system is designed for visual neurophysiological experiments with alert and behaving monkeys.
The hardware core of the system is VSG2/3F visual stimulator (Cambridge Research Systems), TDT system II and 3 hardware (Tucker-Davis Technologies) and field coil eyetracker (Remmel Labs). The system is running on two PCs: master (Maxlab1) and slave (Maxlab2). The master PC is connected to XBus of the TDT system II via the AP2 ISA board and optical cables. The slave computer contains VSG2/3F board which is connected to VSG breakout box. The visual stimuli monitor is CRT Sony 500-PS (run at 600x800@160Hz), connected to VSG in via EIZO monitor with infinite impedance termination setting (the EIZO monitor is for experimenters to see the stimuli).
Technical descriptions and block diagrams
Older documentation system (now superseded by Wiki-based system):
System Changes Log (editing functions available only for lab members)
In addition, code changes are documented in corresponding source files. See also the documentation below:
System Help (including full text search capabilities)
See also Unitret (trial retrieval and analysis package) page.