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This report describes a second-generation photostimulator with four primary lights that allows independent control of the stimulation of the four receptor types in the human eye. The new design uses LEDs (with light levels controlled by eight drivers that include voltage-to-frequency converters that provide 1-micros pulses at frequencies up to 250 kHz),(More)
The design objective was to develop an inexpensive digital to analog (D/A) converter for use in vision science. Soundcards are hardware units that can be integral or can be added to a computer to add sound capability. A soundcard contains D/A converters designed to work in the audio frequency range, typically 20-20,000 Hz. Soundcard outputs are high-pass(More)
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