Congratulations to Simon Arvin who has been awarded Health’s Student Research Prize 2021
Simon Arvin, who is Student Worker in Yonehara Group, has been awarded Health’s Student Research Prize 2021 for his project titled: “EyeLoop – an open-source eye tracker for interactive brain research”. You can read more here.
Describing his project, he says:
"Under Keisuke Yonehara’s supervision, I recently developed a novel eye-tracking system, called EyeLoop, to enable more flexible visual experiments in our lab. EyeLoop was tailored specifically to high-speed, closed loop experiments on non-specialized hardware, but it has since matured to satisfy more general research purposes by a growing user-base."
"Gratefully, I was awarded Health’s Student Research Prize 2021 for “extraordinary academic work” on EyeLoop, which is freely available online at its git repository."