11 Selkirk St.
Oakland, CA 94619
The Neurometrics Institute was established in 1990 in Oakland, Ca.
by Thom Carney. The Institute is dedicated
the study of human sensory systems with an emphasis on the development of new software algorithms for use as research
tools. Our ongoing projects include:
- Localizing and tracking sites of activation in the human brain
using imaging technologies: fMRI and VEP.
- Developing a human vision based computational image quality metric for improving video compression.
- Modelfest - Promoting
the Modelfest program for establishing a database test bed of images and psychophysical threshold data for developing
- Development of an object oriented psychophysical testing platform for the assessment of visual
- Noninvasive measurement of corneal thickness using video image processing methods.
- Improved estimation of cornea surface topography for contact lens fitting and corneal surface
- New Video imaging methods to reveal contact lens motion
and tear clearing for evaluating lens fit quality.
- We are also offering a NEW extension to MATLAB, called
WinVis-for-Matlab, which provides accurate screen control for presenting visual stimuli
using generic off-the-shelf PCs. For more information
click here WinVis.
- WinVis, a completly on-line tool for
designing psychophysical experiments.
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