Developer website: Luca Bonatti
PsyScope X B77 is a program to design and run psychological experiments; it is used by many experimental labs.
It has been developed at Carnegie Mellon by Jonathan Cohen, Matthew Flatt, Brian MacWhinney and Jefferson Provost for Mac OS 9 in the '90s. Thanks to its creators, its code is now public, under the GNU GPL license. It has been ported to OS X by the SISSA Language, Cognition and Development Lab, thanks to a collective effort sponsored by several labs.
- The most substantial addition to Build 77 is a module to handle communication with the Tobii Eye Tracker. Besides this major change, many small and middle-size changes have been introduced. You will find them described in the Docs & Tips section and in the accompanying document included in the package you will download.
- We added a new module to handle NetStation EGI machines, supporting TCP/IP communication, and synchronization with the MAC server via NTP.
- We added indirect support for pictures of type Tiff and Jpeg.
- We added an action to interrogate any available clock at any moment (GetTimeStamp).
- Many other improvements to the code and bug fixes were introduced.