[Eeglablist] CRT Monitor Replacement?

Deborah Apthorp deborah.apthorp at anu.edu.au
Mon Mar 10 14:02:34 PDT 2014

Hi Frank,

We are using a ViewPixx LCD monitor designed specially for vision research. It is a bit pricey but we're very happy with it - a notable advantage is that it
can output triggers directly to your EEG system. It displays frame rates of 120 Hz and you have direct control over the scanning backlight. Worth a look if you have the budget. Interfaces with Matlab/Psychtoolbox very happily.



Not sent from my desk

On 11/03/2014, at 4:31 AM, "Frank Preston" <ffpresto at uwaterloo.ca<mailto:ffpresto at uwaterloo.ca>> wrote:

I am wondering if anyone knows of a suitable monitor to replace our current CRT monitor. The last note I saw in the EEGLabList was about a Samsung monitor, but I understand this monitor is no longer being made.

Thanks for any suggestions you can offer,
  .. Frank

Frank Preston
Psychophysiology Lab Technician          University of Waterloo
PAS 2270, Psychology Department        200 University Ave. W.
Phone: 519-888-4567 x 38976               Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1

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