Up to 10 Keys
Use two response pads simultaneously, with up to five keys each.
It’s like getting a free I/O device that can send 8 bits of TTL output.
Sync With Scanner
Compatible with GE, Siemens, and Phillips MRI scanner triggers
Built-in high resolution timer that can be reset in three different ways.
Universal Software Support
USB “keyboard mode” makes your controller work with any software package.
Light Sensor Support
Record precisely the onset of visual stimuli and even have it reset the built-in timer.
With this feature, your computer thinks that a second USB keyboard is plugged in, allowing the controller to work with any software.
Broad Application Support
A number of software packages know how to communicate directly with the Lumina controller and take advantage of its features:
The commands that the Lumina controller accepts are public. Cedrus publishes and maintains Python and C++ code libraries.
The built-in timer in the Lumina controller measures with precision when the participant presses (or releases) a key, then sends time-stamped information to the computer.
Just as important, the timer can be reset in one of three ways: via a command sent over USB, when the light sensor detects the onset of a visual stimulus, or via an external device.