Closed-Loop System

Closed-Loop System

In a recent preprint on BioRxiv, Alessio Buccino and colleagues from the University of Oslo provide a step-by-step guide for setting up an open source, low cost, and adaptable system for combined behavioral tracking, electrophysiology, and closed-loop stimulation....
FinchScope

FinchScope

William Liberti, from the Gardner Lab out of Boston University, has shared the following with Open Behavior regarding ‘FinchScope’. Although originally designed for finches, the 3D printed single-photon fluorescent imaging microscope has since been adapted for rodents...
FlyPi

FlyPi

In addition to sharing his Nose Poke Device, Dr. Andre Chagas from Open Neuroscience has also shared the following with Open Behavior regarding FlyPi: The FlyPi is an open source and affordable microscope/experimental setup (the basic configuration can be built for...
OpenSpritzer

OpenSpritzer

Tom Baden, from the University of Sussex, has generously shared the following device with Open Behavior: Designed for ease of use, robustness and low-cost, the “Openspritzer” is an open hardware “Picospritzer” as routinely used in labs around the world for...