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

Jim Ferwerda jaf at cis.rit.edu
Tue Jul 14 15:30:28 -04 2020

Hi Mark,

I wrote a set of labs for teaching psychophysics using PsychoPy. It’s call PsychoPysics and is at

https://github.com/jamesferwerda/PsychoPysics <https://github.com/jamesferwerda/PsychoPysics>

The posted version is 1.0. If there’s interest/demand I might be motivated to update it to what I’m currently using.



> On Jul 13, 2020, at 10:42 PM, Mark Schira <mark.schira at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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 inspiration.
> 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
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