Our laboratory is located on the beautiful Yunnan Garden campus in Singapore’s West.
We have just moved into our newly renovated lab space in the South Spine (after a few years in temporary rooms in the soon to be demolished Innovation Centre).
The lab consists of 2 rooms and 2 curtained cubicles, housing psychophysics and eye tracking setups. Outside the testing rooms, we have a small study area that lab members use for preparing, analysing and discussing their projects.
We currently have three setups to run psychophysics experiments. Each one is a dual boot system (Windows and Ubuntu). Experimental software installed on these include Python/Psychopy and MatLab/Psychtoolbox. Two of these stations are equipped with a Eyelink 1000 plus for eye tracking studies. We have a custom air-puff machine controlled using an Arduino micro, which can be used to deliver air puffs to participants’ eyes to induce involuntary eye blinks. The second station is equipped with a mirror stereoscope. Other specialized equipment include NVIDIA active 3D shutter glasses and Plato shutter glasses.
The laboratory also has access to a 3T Siemens Prisma MRI and MEG in the brand new Experimental Medicine Building on campus, as well as a new cTMS system shared with other labs in the School of Social Sciences.