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Visual psychophysics engine

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The Visual Psychophysics Engine is a versatile software tool for ViSaGe that was developed by Dr Neil Parry (Clinical Vision Scientist, The University of Manchester). It is supplied with a suite of pre programmed experimental paradigms which allow you to measure luminance and chromatic Contrast Sensitivity Functions, increment thresholds and De Lange curves. You can also create your own bespoke protocols and present standard visual stimuli like sinewave gratings and Gabor patches using the easy-to-use, menu-driven interface.Precise and repeatable measurement of visual function

Precise and repeatable psychophysical measurementsof visual function:

The Visual Psychophysics Engine is a versatile software tool forViSaGe that was developed by Dr Neil Parry (Clinical Vision Scientist,The University of Manchester). It is supplied with a suite of preprogrammed experimental paradigms which allow you to measureluminance and chromatic Contrast Sensitivity Functions, incrementthresholds and De Lange curves. You can also create your ownbespoke protocols and present standard visual stimuli like sinewavegratings and Gabor patches using the easy-to-use, menu-driveninterface. It has separate Administrator and Operators modes whichmake it perfect for clinical research applications and for deploymentin teaching environments, like undergraduate laboratory practicalsessions. No programming or specialist computer skills are required.The simple and intuitive interfaces are very user friendly and easy tolearn, but are still sufficiently flexible for most research requirements.Precise and repeatable psychophysical measurements of visual function
The Visual Psychophysics Engine is a versatile software tool for ViSaGe that was developed by Dr Neil Parry (Clinical Vision Scientist, The University of Manchester). It is supplied with a suite of pre programmed experimental paradigms which allow you to measure luminance and chromatic Contrast Sensitivity Functions, increment thresholds and De Lange curves. You can also create your own bespoke protocols and present standard visual stimuli like sinewave gratings and Gabor patches using the easy-to-use, menu-driven interface. It has separate Administrator and Operators modes which make it perfect for clinical research applications and for deployment in teaching environments, like undergraduate laboratory practical sessions. No programming or specialist computer skills are required. The simple and intuitive interfaces are very user friendly