Tools for Vision Science

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At Cambridge Research Systems, our reputation is founded on values of scientific rigour and integrity. For over 20 years, our unique range of Tools for Vision Science 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.

By combining engineering expertise with innovation, cutting edge technology, and on going collaboration with our valued academic partners, we design and develop innovative new tools that enable the advancement of vision science.

Our products are market leaders, our people committed and knowledgeable. Our ambition is to continue setting standards in the vision science community, of which we are proud to be a part.

Please browse our range of systems, and feel free to contact us with any questions, and to obtain price and delivery information for your location and currency.

Read our brochure

For an introduction to the range of equipment we provide for vision research, please download our technical brochure.

      Tools for Vision Science brochure

 

Featured Products

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    Display++ LCD Monitor

    Display++ makes it easy to display calibrated visual stimuli with precision timing, and provides robust and reliable synchronisation of the stimulus presentation with external data collection equipment, at an affordable price.

    Configurable contrast resolution combined with fast panel drive rate, custom
    lag free electronics, and a scanning LED backlight are some of the tools that
    make Display++ ideal for cognitive, psychophysical and neurophysiological
    investigations of vision and the brain.

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    ViSaGe MKII Stimulus Generator

    ViSaGe makes it simple to present calibrated visual stimuli on CRT, LCD, DLP and OLED based displays with precision timing, and provides a robust and reliable mechanism to synchronise the stimulus presentation with external data collection equipment, including button boxes or eye trackers, motion trackers, electrophysiological amplifiers, and MRI scanners. It is the ideal choice for cognitive, psychophysical, and neurophysiological investigations of vision and the brain.

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    Bits# Stimulus Processor

    Bits# visual stimulus processor converts an ordinary computer into a wide dynamic range, calibrated visual stimulator and frame-synchronous data acquisition system; compatible with PsychToolbox-3 (MATLAB), PsychoPy (Python), Psykinematix (Mac OS X), and your own custom OpenGL/DirectX software.

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    22" Mitsubishi 2070SB Colour CRT

    22" colour CRT displays are still available.

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    SpectroCAL MKII Spectroradiometer

    High-performance spectroradiometer with NIST traceable calibration makes extremely accurate colorimetric measurements over the entire visible spectrum, even of narrow band sources.

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    AudioFile Stimulus Processor

    Deliver auditory stimuli with synchronous triggers for laboratory or fMRI applications where the timing and synchronisation of stimulus streams are critical. It supports real time streaming directly from a host computer and buffered, offline playback of files stored on a high capacity SD card.

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    LiveTrack Fixation Monitor

    The latest member of the LiveTrack family of affordable video eye tracking and pupillometry systems. The Fixation Monitor configuration is ideal for monitoring observer behaviour and pupil response during visual psychophysics and cognitive neuroscience experiments. 

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