Vestibulo-Oculomotor lab Zürich
The 6 degrees-of-freedom in the Vestibulo-Oculomotor laboratory at the Zürich University Hospital.
|Large, single axis movements||avi (640x480, 50 MB )||mpeg ( 352 x 240, 19 MB )|
|Large, single axis movements (front view)||avi (640x480, 47MB )||mpeg ( 352 x 240, 20 MB )|
|Fast, single axis movements||avi (640x480, 30 MB )||mpeg (352 x 240, 12 MB)|
|Multi axis movements||avi (640x480, 30 MB )||mpeg (352 x 240, 12 MB)|
|Multi axis movements (front view)||avi (640x480, 25MB )||mpeg (352 x 240, 11 MB)|
Rotation axes are located at the position of the subjects head, near the top of chair on the platform.
Laser mirror galvanometer: used to project a visual target on either a space fixed screen, or on a chair mounted screen, in order to provide targets for fixation, smooth pursuit, or saccades.
Dual video projectors: mounted in front of the hexpod, and back-projected onto a screen in front of the hexpod. Stereo images are possible with anaglyph glasses.
3D coil frame: for measuring horizontal, vertical, an torsional eye position with scleral search coils (binocular).
EyeSeeCam video oculography: for measuring horizontal and vertical eye position (binocular).