[visionlist] Online (remote learning) resources for perception tutorials

Mark Schira mark.schira at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 22:42:01 -04 2020

Dear Visionscience community
As this strange time of physical (and inevitably social...) distancing
stretches on, I imagine many of us find ourselves in a situation where we
need to plan and set up online tutorials, and much of the lab software and
demonstrations is not very compatible with such a setting.

I was wondering if any of you have good online resources that students can
engage with from home? I would be grateful for any shared resources  and

For example I am looking for a simple, interactive lateral inhibition demo,
where students can play through very simple scenarios, observe and report.

I think lateral inhibition is only one example, I think good
play/experiment resources would be very precious in this time, especially
as many older demos require flash or Java which most modern browsers no
longer support.

All the best

Mark M. Schira, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, University of Wollongong
Senior Research Officer, Neuroscience Research Australia
office:+ 61 (0) 2 4239-2501
mobile: +61 (0) 4059 54853
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