The LabMaestro Simulator is a software tool that allows researchers to test and debug experiment code without a physical connection to their data acquisition hardware. In this talk, Dr. Lindsey Fraser explains the rationale behind the simulator and what devices and features it replicates. She also outlines the overall licensing structure for the Simulator.
This talk was originally presented at a satellite talk for the 2021 virtual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, which took place between May 21st and 26th 2021. This talk was presented live over Zoom on May 25th at 12:00 EDT. The video below is a recorded version of the talk that has been edited and streamlined for clarity.
You can download the full documentation for the LabMaestro Simulator here:
Simulator Features Introduction
Connecting to the Simulator
Simulating RESPONSEPixx Input
Simulating a Custom TTL Input
Visualizing Outgoing Triggers
Automated Triggers with Pixel Mode
Download Link and Feedback Form
You can find the full documentation for the LabMaestro Simulator, including the licensing chart summary, at the link below:
Below are a list of links to web resources that were mentioned during the talk:
Cite this guide
Fraser, L. (2021, June 1). Virtual VPixx Hardware with the LabMaestro Simulator (V-VSS 2021) [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vpixx.com/vocal/LM-simulator-v-vss-2021