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A virtual reality environment for non-human primates

Figure 1: Virtual game example with presented random dot pattern stimulus from MWorks

Using simulated environments for cognitive experiments allows for the use of more naturalistic visual stimulation, further enriching viewing conditions of basic conventional stimuli (for example, random dot patterns). A simulated environment allows researchers to design and control complex and realistic experimental scenarios while closely monitoring behavioral and physiological response during testing. In this project we aim to provide the experimenters with a simple way of integrating virtual environments with behavioral control systems, by making the code and test examples freely available to the scientific community.

Project leaders

Prof. Dr. Stefan Treue +49-551-3851-115 Contact Profile

Prof. Dr. Alexander Gail +49-551-3851-358 Contact Profile

Prof. Dr. Julia Fischer

Prof. Dr. Julia Fischer +49 551 3851-375 +49 551 3851-372 Contact

Prof. Julio Martinez-Trujillo, MD, PhD +1-519-931-5777 x24383 Contact Profile

Dr. Igor Kagan +49 551 3851-332 Contact Profile