Student working on a research project.

Development Of Low Cost Electrooculography And Reaction Time Test Bed

Presentation of visual stimulus to subjects is critical for electrooculography and visual reaction time testing. Current test beds are expensive and require third party software that limits there use to academic settings.

This project focuses on creating a low-cost, open-source test bed to present visual stimulus to subjects. The project will focus on development of code and hardware culminating in a testable prototype.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science
Student Skill-Set Needed: experience with python and/or arduino programming language, basic machine shop skills, basic electronics manufacturing skills, knowledge of arduino hardware
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Julian Lippmann
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Biomedical Engineering
Office: 301 Bonner Hall
Phone: 716 645-8499