The Sensory-Motor Control Laboratory supports experimental studies of sensory-motor behavior and computational studies of neural circuits that enable learned voluntary action. Equipment includes a computer-controlled, helmet-mounted, video-based, eye-head tracking system. The latter’s camera samples eye position at 240Hz and also allows reconstruction of what subjects are attending to as they freely scan a scene under normal lighting. Thus the system affords a wide range of visuo-motor studies.
Director Daniel Bullock