I have defined the Allowed responses and time out in SR Box Plug-in, the device name is autodetect, but when my experiment runs, no responses were collected. Categories Recent Discussions Activity. It has a Cedrus RB board inside for processing response button presses. You will also need to configure your script to handle the specific numeric values returned by the buttons on the device. I’m afraid I cannot reproduce this problem.
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Hi Frouke, Although we have no experience in collecting responses using a joystick or gamepad ourselves, other OpenSesame users have successfully implemented this.
You can avoid this box by logging in before posting. Hi Madjid, I’m afraid I cannot reproduce this problem. I’d imagine so, but I don’t have one to test.
These and the Lumina response pads use a communication protocol called XID that defines a set of commands for sending and retrieving data to and from the device. I have defined the Allowed responses and time out in SR Box Plug-in, the device name is cedgus, but when my experiment runs, no responses were collected.
You will also need to configure your script to handle the specific numeric values returned by the buttons on the device. There are a number of other XID commands that can be send to the response box in this mode. The way to define the allowed responses is by typing.
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It has a Cedrus RB board inside for processing response button presses. Is compatibility with OpenSesame the only reason that want to buy the SR Box which is kind of expensive? It can also be reset to zero by sending a command e5 from the computer through the serial buttonn.
Has anyone already tried?
This makes it the easiest mode to read in user developed software and should be used for Neurobehavioral Systems Presentation which is installed on all paradigm computers. If the allowed responses are important, you could probably ask for a Python code snippet to communicate with the Cedrus box on their support forum.
Cedrus (response boxes) — PsychoPy v
Once the device is plugged in, you can communicate with it in Inquisit by making a few simple modifications to your task script. First, you set the timeout towhich means that you will get a timeout response after ms, regardless of whether you have actually pressed a button. But I first have to take care of the world I know. See also cedgus support page at the Cedrus website: Sign In or Register to comment.
Could OpenSesame collect the responses without the E-Prime? The first character is always “k”. Hi Madjid, The script looks fine, yes. This will open the window pictured below, which allows you to configure the port. I am trying to collect a rating using a Cedrus response box and a sketchpad to present cddrus response options.
Few examples of the necessary code would be of great help!
Psychtoolbox-3 – CedrusResponseBox
With this mode, the button box can be used to time experiment events rather than relying on the timers in the computer. For the RB-x20 devices with the dipswitches in the down position, the port should set to the following:.
Just to be cdrus sure, if you click on the ‘Edit script’ button, does it look something like this? In programmed scripts, it’s best to use bit tests to determine if any button has been pressed. The RB-x20 devices are the second generation of response boxes from Cedrus.
I would like to set the “duration” of a sketchpad by keypress of the SR response box, and not the keyboard. For example in Matlab use the bitget function to buttln if a specific button was pressed:.