PEACH For Mac Publisher's description
from Yury Petrov
Free and open source visual psychophysics programming library
PEACH is a library provides C++ functions for programming experiments in visual psychophysics.
PEACH contains an extensive collection of visual primitives (Disks, Bars, Text, Gabors, Images, etc.) as well as a set of experimental functions, which allow to code a complicated experiment in a few dozen lines.
PEACH provides a full support for:
В· in-window and full-screen rendering
В· subpixel resolution
В· gamma correction
В· nominal 10-bit pixel depth (via 2x2 pixel dithering) and 13-bit pixel depth (via Cambridge Research Systems BITS++)
В· stereoscopic presentation via anaglyphic glasses, mirror stereoscope, or shutter glasses
В· proportion correct, response time, and response location measurements
В· Method of Constant Stimuli and the Kontsevitch & Tyler (1990) adaptive algorithm for threshold measurements
В· finger-error correction
В· multiple-task experiments
В· graphical user interface for setting default and user-defined experimental parameters
В· OpenGL programming of complex 3D objects and scenes
В· automatic storage of a complete experimental session in a human-readable file
В· command-line (Perl) script for averaging and analyzing the data between multiple experimental sessions
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall