Open Access Publications

From research on the visual systems of turtles, to the perception of faces with or without makeup, to transaccadic perception and perceptual cycles in the brain– VPixx hardware and software solutions have supported research in vision science and beyond for over 20 years. We are immensely proud of the discoveries and accomplishments of our customers across the world.

On this page you will find a non-exhaustive list of peer-reviewed, open access publications citing VPixx tools dating back to 2003. Browse the list or use the tag filter to search for specific products. Note that we report the device used in the paper according to the authors; this may not accurately reflect the specific model of device used (e.g., VIEWPixx vs. VIEWPixx /3D). Nor do we guarantee the accuracy of published content. Please contact our team at [email protected] if you have any questions about a specific paper.

Curious about a specific application of our tools? Can’t find what you are looking for? Our staff scientists are happy to discuss paradigms and protocols using our equipment by email or video chat. Please contact us with your questions.

Want to have your work added to our library? Send us a message at [email protected] and we will add it. Your article must be peer-reviewed, open access, and it must indicate VPixx products were used in the research.


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Crewther, David P; Rutkowski, Jacqueline S; Crewther, Sheila G

Change detection is impaired in poor readers for both letter and object targets Journal Article

In: Journal of Vision, vol. 3, no. 9, pp. 732, 2003, ISSN: 1534-7362.

Abstract | Links | BibTeX | Tags: VPixxProgram

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Seijdel, Noor; Schoffelen, Jan-Mathijs; Hagoort, Peter; Drijvers, Linda

Attention drives visual processing and audiovisual integration during multimodal communication Journal Article

In: 0000.

Abstract | BibTeX | Tags: PROPixx

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