Add machine vision to Arduino with OpenMV!

We have covered developments with the OpenMV project before on OpenBehavior, and they’ve just added a new feature that will be of interest to many behavioral neuroscientists. The OpenMV camera is a machine-vision camera that is programmed in Python.  The developers...

Welcome to the New OpenBehavior!

In case you hadn’t noticed, OpenBehavior got a makeover! The goal with this website is to improve the way we have projects categorized and tagged so you can find what you’re looking for, and if you’re just looking for inspiration for your next...

Video Repository Initiative on OpenBehavior

Last fall when teaching an undergraduate course on computational methods in neuroscience at American University, we wanted to bring in some of the tools for video analysis that have been promoted on OpenBehavior. The idea was to introduce these tools at the end of the...

FED Development Interview

One of the co-founders of OpenBehavior, Lex Kravitz recently participated in an interview about the development of the Feeding Experiment Device, lovingly known as FED! Read more to learn about how the project started, how the device has improved and what’s next for...

Open Source Science: Learn to Fly

Yesterday, Lex and I participated in a “hack chat” over on hackaday.io. The log of the chat is now posted on the hackaday.io site. A few topics came up that we felt deserved more attention, especially the non-research uses of open source hardware developed for...

Open-Source Neuroscience Hardware Hack Chat

This week we would like to highlight an event hosted by Hackaday.io: The Open-Source Neuroscience Hardware Hack Chat. Lex Kravitz and Mark Laubach will be available on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 at noon Pacific Time to chat with users of Hackaday.io about...