Exhibitors

Exhibits are located in the Pavilion. See the Exhibits Floor Plan.

Exhibit Hours

Saturday, May 18, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Sunday, May 19, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Monday, May 20, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Tuesday, May 21, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

Brain Vision, LLC

Booth 2

Brain Vision is the leader for EEG in Vision Science. We offer full integration of EEG with many leading eye tracking systems. We provide flexible and robust solutions for high density, active EEG, wireless EEG, dry EEG, and a wide range of bio-sensors like GSR, EKG, Respiration, and EMG. We integrate eye tracking and EEG with other modalities, such as fMRI, TMS, fNIRS, tDCS/HDtDCS, and MEG. If you want to know how EEG improves Vision Science and how eye tracking improves EEG, please talk to us. Let us help you push the edge of what research is possible.

Cortech Solutions, Inc.

Booth 8

Cortech Solutions is your source for vision science and functional neuroimaging tools, including high-performance LCD displays, eye-tracking, EEG, fNIRS and TMS for the lab and for the fMRI scanner. We are your US/Canada sales and support contact for Cambridge Research Systems tools for vision sci­ence and functional neuroimaging as well as other leading brands from around the world, including Biosemi EEG, Artinis fNIRS, Mag & More TMS, and more. Stop by to see the low-cost / high-performance LiveTrack Lightning eye-tracker, Display++ calibrated LCD display, and more. We intend to exceed your expectations!

Exponent, Inc.

Booth 11

Exponent is looking for PhDs, postdocs, and early-career faculty interested in scientific consulting. Exponent’s nearly 1,000 employees comprise multidisciplinary teams of largely master’s and Ph.D.-level scientists, engineers, physicians, and regulatory consultants across more than 90 disciplines and 26 domestic offices to solve complicated problems facing corporations, insurers, government entities, associations, and individuals.
Our Human Factors practice comprises vision scientists and other cognitive psychologists, who study the safety of products and systems in use. These scientists are engaged in supporting clients in litigation matters or by conducting custom-designed user research studies. Exponent is home to the 6,000-square-foot Phoenix User Research Center (PURC), which houses six labs, many of which are highly specialized (e.g., optometry lab, motion tracking suite, etc.).

JÖRVEC

Booth 9

JÖRVEC is comprised of a team of expert biomedical engineers and neurophysiologists that design and manufacture leading-edge, high-quality instruments for electrophysiological testing in human and experimental models, including flash and pattern ERG and VEP acquisition systems.  We look forward to the opportunity to discuss how our instruments can meet your specific needs.

NeuroNexus

Booth 10

NeuroNexus powers neuroscience research through innovative neural probes, systems, and data analytics software. NeuroNexus probes include a full line of high-quality, customizable microelectrode arrays for electrophysiology and optogenetics research from rodents to nonhuman primates. NeuroNexus systems provide integrated plug-and-play solutions to support diverse neurophysiology experiments and workflows with up to 512 channels and counting. The NeuroNexus data analytics software platform provides powerful, scalable, cross-platform analytical and visualization tools for managing and analyzing neurophysiological data — from individual experiments to complex multi-investigator ‘big data’.

Oxford University Press

Booth 1

Visit the Oxford University Press booth to browse our latest online products, journals, and new and classic titles including Perception: A Multisensory Perception, Eyes to See: The Astonishing Variety of Vision in Nature, and The Oxford Handbook of Attention.

Psychonomic Society

Booth 13

The Psychonomic Society is the home for scientists who study how the mind works. Members of the Society are cognitive psychologists and include some of the most distinguished researchers in the field. Many of us are concerned with the application of psychology to health, technology and education. Some of the most innovative research uses converging methods such as neuroscience and computational science to achieve our research goals. But what brings us together is that we study the fundamental properties of how the mind works by using behavioral techniques to better understand mental functioning. Members of the Society perform and promote the basic science of behavior in areas such as memory, learning, problem solving, action planning, language, and perception that connect with other fields of research. Please visit us at www.psychonomic.org.

Rogue Research Inc.

Booths 3 and 4

Rogue Research has been your partner in non-invasive brain stimulation for almost 20 years. We pioneered neuronavigation for TMS with Brainsight and continue this leadership role by developing the most advanced TMS stimulator, the Brainsight cTMS. cTMS offers the ability to manipulate key parameters in the TMS pulse including pulse width and directionality and opens new avenues for stimulation research. Rogue Research also provides tools for basic science including our Brainsight-driven microsurgical robot and deep brain stimulator designed specifically for animal studies. We can also develop custom hardware solutions for your research needs.

SR Research Ltd.

Booth 15

SR Research, makers of EyeLink eye-trackers, is proud to announce that all users of Experiment Builder now have native support for EGI NetStation and Brain Products, Brain Vision Recorder. In addition to these network-based protocols BioSemi/ActiveTwo, Neuroscan and other biometric device support nodes have been added. All of this is available for a FREE upgrade for existing licensed Experiment Builder users. Be sure visit the SR Research booth to see the EyeLink Portable Duo – a high performance eye-tracker in a portable package – perfect for school or clinic visits. The EyeLink 1000 Plus continues to provide a uniform, cutting-edge eye-tracking solution for the behavioral lab, infant tracking, non-human primates, MRI, MEG, or EEG. With outstanding technical specifications, portable options, flexible experiment delivery software, and incredible customer support, SR Research enables academics – over 7000 peer-reviewed papers can’t be wrong.

Tucker-Davis Technologies

Booth 14

Tucker-Davis Technologies (TDT) provides products for basic and applied research in the neurophysiology, hearing, and speech sciences as well as for general data acquisition applications. We offer a complete line of modular DSP-based data acquisition and stimulus generation systems, ranging in complexity from a simple audio stimulator to a complete multichannel sensory and behavioral neurophysiology system for awake, behaving subjects.
Our goal is to offer the most powerful research instrumentation that we can imagine and back it up with the best customer support in the business. At TDT, our teams work closely to achieve our common goal: to supply you with the highest quality, most up-to-date technology available at an affordable price. We believe we can best meet this goal when all areas of our business work together in a cooperative and collaborative environment. This belief is typified by the integrated nature of our facility, which brings together our team of scientists, on-site laboratory, engineering staff, and manufacturing floor all under one roof.

VPixx Technologies Inc.

Booths 5, 6 and 7

VPixx Technologies welcomes the vision community to VSS 2019, and is excited to demonstrate our TRACKPixx 2kHz binocular eye tracker, alongside the PROPixx DLP LED video projector, now supporting refresh rates up to 1440Hz.  The PROPixx has been designed specifically for the generation of precise high refresh rate stimuli for gaze-contingent, stereoscopic, and other dynamic applications. The PROPixx is the world’s most flexible display for vision research, featuring resolutions up to 1920×1080, and a perfectly linear gamma.  The solid state LED light engine has 30x the lifetime of halogen projectors, a wider color gamut, and zero image ghosting for stereo vision applications.  Our high speed circular polarizer can project 480Hz stereoscopic stimuli for passive polarizing glasses into MRI and MEG environments. Come and see the SHIELDPixx Faraday cage for installing the PROPixx inside an MRI/MEG room.  In addition, the PROPixx includes an embedded data acquisition system, permitting microsecond synchronization between visual stimulation and other types of I/O including eye tracking, EEG, TMS, audio stimulation, button box input, TTL trigger output, analog acquisition, and more! VPixx Technologies will be using the PROPixx/TRACKPixx combination to demonstrate a new set of gaze-contingent paradigms!

WorldViz

Booth 12

WorldViz is the industry leader in immersive virtual reality (VR) solutions, with hardware and software deployed across Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, and government agencies. WorldViz’s core software products are Vizard, a specialized development platform for professional VR app development, and Vizible, a simple yet powerful VR creation and collaboration tool that lets people create VR experiences with no programming and then hold collaborative meetings inside of them with people from around the world. On the hardware side, WorldViz makes high-precision, wide-area VR motion tracking systems, gorgeous VR projection systems, and VizBox, a portable VR rig built inside a pelican case.

WorldViz technology enables users to replace physical processes with immersive virtual methods. Applications range from design visualization and industrial training to interactive education, collaboration, and scientific research.