Visual Stimulation

Trusted CRS Technology

Cambridge Research Systems ViSaGe and Bits# visual stimulators are ubiquitous in vision labs all over the world, trusted for precise contol of colour, contrast and timing.

Display++ is an LCD display, with all the benefits of our proven technology bulit in. It's been designed from the ground up for science. Display++ as easy to use as a normal computer monitor and compatible with community tools, like Psychtoolbox and PsychoPy, Psykinematix, or your own software.

As always, we are transparent about the advantages and limitations of the technology so you can understand which features really affect the quality of your stimulus. There are no secrets to Cambridge Research Systems' products - just great engineering, which we are happy to explain.

Contact us for help in choosing the best visual stimulator for your needs.

Choose your Visual Stimulator

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    Neurokinematix

    Neurokinematix integrates our advanced multisensory stimulus delivery system with the rest of your lab gear. Our rapid experimental design tools mean you no longer need expert programming skills to synchronise electrophysiological data, eye tracking, subject feedback and reward delivery.

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  • Display++ 350x350

    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.

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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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  • Visage MKII 350x350

    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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