Development of open source tools for vision research

Project Details

In collaboration with A/Prof Andrew Turpin from Computing and Information Systems, we are developing and maintaining the following open-source tools for vision research:

  • PsyPad: designed to facilitate portable vision research on iPads
  • Open Perimetry Initiative: a collaborative partnership with ophthalmic industry to enable research to be conducted on commercial visual field machinesIn collaboration with A/Prof Andrew Turpin from Computing and Information Systems, we are developing and maintaining the following open-source tools for vision research:
    • PsyPad: designed to facilitate portable vision research on iPads
    • Open Perimetry Initiative: a collaborative partnership with ophthalmic industry to enable research to be conducted on commercial visual field machines

Collaborators

A/Prof Andrew Turpin, Computing and Information Systems, University of Melbourne

Funding

Australian Research Council (Linkage Project)

Research Group

Clinical Psychophysics Unit



Faculty Research Themes

Neuroscience

School Research Themes

Neuroscience & Mental Health



Key Contact

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Unit / Centre

Clinical Psychophysics Unit


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