Cambridge Research Systems
For 25 years, Cambridge Research Systems' unique range of Tools for Vision Science and Functional Imaging has been ubiquitous in laboratories throughout the world, and cited in thousands of papers in fields including vision, ophthalmology, neurophysiology, cognitive neuroscience, experimental psychology and human factors. Our equipment provides the precision and control needed for scientific applications, while remaining practical and affordable.
As a scientist, you need to know the advantages and limitations of the technology you use. There are no secrets to Cambridge Research Systems' products - just great engineering, which we are happy to explain. We provide key information on this website, but please get in touch with your questions. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org is usually quickest, but feel free to use whatever method of contact you prefer. Post sales technical support and downloads can be accessed using the MyCRS system.
We're also open about our pricing. You'll see guide prices in Pounds Sterling next to most items to give an indication how much equipment costs. To see other currencies, or request a formal quotation, please create a MyCRS account. If you are located in Canada, China, Japan, Taiwan or the USA, please feel free to contact our representatives for pricing information in your local currency.
New for 2014: We are pleased to announce the availability of two new short courses devoted to practical aspects of vision research. The "Measuring Light and Managing Colour" and "Display Devices and their Characterisation for Vision Research" courses include a mixture of lecture material, demonstrations created with MATLAB and Psychtoolbox, and an opportunity to use a variety of test equipment. The courses will be offered for the first time as an official VSS 2014 Satellite event; they are free and open to all VSS attendees. Find out more.
We sponsor talks at various academic meetings, enabling the organisers to invite international guest speakers, and helping keep registration costs as low as possible. We record the talks, and host them in our Guest Talks pages for you to enjoy. Some of of our keynote sponsorships have been ongoing for many years, and we have recently introduced poster prizes, and travel awards to support young researchers. We regularly do fundraising for Fight for Sight, a charity which funds vital research into blindness and eye disease.