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Eye Trackers

Tobii

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Scientific responsible : Thierry Nazzi

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • Plymouth University, UK (Caroline Floccia)

Eyelink

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Scientific responsible : Patrick Cavanagh & Anrei Gorea

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • Charité Medical School, Berlin (Florian Ostendorf)
  • Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Munich (Heiner Deubel)
  • University of California at San Diego (Stuart Antis)
  • University of Dresden, Dresden and Aalto University, Helsinski (Sebastian Pannasch)
  • Weizmann Inst (Israel)
  • URECA Group Lille III

Jazz (Ober)

Real-time measurement of eye movements, 1000 Hz, lightweight and portable

Event Related Potentials

Electrical Geodesics Net Station system

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ERP technique is based on electroencephalogram (EEG) that measures electrical brain activity as recorded by electrodes placed on the scalp. ERPs are extracted from the EEG by means of signal averaging and the potentials reflect electrical brain activity (primarily summed post-synaptic potentials of pyramidal cells in the neocortex) in response to sensory, motor, or cognitive (such as language, memory, attention) events. Electrical Geodesics Net Station system is especially suitable for infant research because its nets do not require any scalp reparations and setting the net is easy. Several research projects, such as ERP correlates of semantic processing, bilingual versus monolingual language acquisition and semantic processing, picture naming and interference in monolingual and bilingual brain, are currently carried out in the ERP laboratory.

Scientific responsible : Pia Rämä and Florian Waszak

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • Cognitive Brain Research Unit, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (Teija Kujala, Kimmo Alho)
  • Max Planck Institute for Cognitive and Neuroscience, Leipzig, (Simone Schutz-Bosbach);
  • Oxford University, GB (Nick Yeung)
  • Ghent University, Belgium (Marcel Brass)

NIRS (NIRx NTRScout 8-12)

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Scientific responsible : Judit Gervain

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • Hopital Robert Debré, Paris (Olivier Baud)
  • UBC, Vancouver, Canada (Janet Werker)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA (Maria Geffen)
  • CNRS, Grenoble, France (Olivier Pascalis)
  • Leiden University, Hollande (Stephan Huijbregts)

Motion Capture system

Qualisys

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Qualisys is a 3D motion-capture system using infrared light emitting cameras and retro-reflective markers, allowing non-contact motion measurement. We use six 60Hz Qualisys cameras for recording neonates’ stepping movements (settled in our neonates plateform in Cochin-Port-Royal Maternity) and three 240 Hz Qualisys cameras for recording infants’ reaching and grasping movements (settled in our baby plateform in our main lab building, 45 rue des Saints-Pères). Data are analysed using Qualisys Track Manager (QTM) software.

Scientific responsible : Jacqueline Fagard

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • Université Tulane, New Orleans, USA (Pr. Jeffrey Lockman)
  • Université de Umeå, Suède (Pr. Louise Rönnsqvist)
  • Université de Nanterre (Rana Esseily, MC)

LaserBird (Ascension)

Real-time measurement of the orientation and 3D position of the head

Iris (PST)

Set of cameras (cameras 2×2)

Sensory-motor Platform

12 partners

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Responsable scientifique : Mark Wexler

Liste de laboratoires qui ont utilisé la plateforme :

  • CESEM, Paris (Joe McIntyre)
  • Centre de Simulation, Technocentre Renault, Guyancourt (Andras Kemeny)
  • D-CIS Lab, Delft, Pays Bas (Kees Nieuwenhuis)

Force Feedback Device

Pantographe

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Scientific responsible : Mark Wexler

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • CESEM, Paris (Joe McIntyre)
  • Centre de Simulation, Technocentre Renault, Guyancourt (Andras Kemeny)
  • D-CIS Lab, Delft, Pays Bas (Kees Nieuwenhuis)

Behavioral Methods

Head Turn Preference Paradigm

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Scientific responsible : Thierry Nazzi

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • LLF, U Paris 7 (Carla Soares)
  • Potsdam University, Allemagne (Barbara Höhle)
  • Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore USA (Geraldine Legendre)
  • Brooklyn College, New York, USA (Isabelle Barrière)
  • McGill U, Montreal, Canada (Linda Polka)
  • UCLA, USA (Megha Sundara)

Switch task Paradigm

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Scientific responsible : Judit Gervain

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • UBC, Vancouver Canada (Janet Werker)
  • University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia USA (Maria Geffen)

Mobile Robot

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Scientific responsible : Mark Wexler

List of laboratories that have used the platform :

  • Riken Institute, Japon (Naotaka Fujii)
  • Cardiff University, UK (Simon Rushton)

Measurement of pointing movements

2D

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This setup allows us to project visual stimuli into the plane of a table and to record participants’ 2D hand mouvements. The visibility of the hand can also be modulated.

Scientific responsible : Andrei Gorea

Z Space (3D)

Tablette graphique stéréoscopique, capture en 3D des mouvements du stylet

Simulateur tactile

Latero (Tactile Labs)

Stereoscopic graphics tablet, 3D capture pen movements

Projector

ProPixx (Vpixx)

DLP Projector 480 Hz (color), 1440 Hz (monochrome)

Screen

KN55S9 Samsung

55-inch OLED display, no ghosting, infinite contrast, stereoscopic

TX-P65VT20E Panasonic

Plasma 65 inch stereoscopic display