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Technologies & Resources

Axial Scanning using an electrically tunable lens

Equipping a two-photon microscope with an electrically tunable lens (ETL), allowed us to obtain optical vertical slices of the whole-mounted retina. We developed a simple ETL implementation and demonstrate the usefulness of such axial scans by presenting the temporal structure of the inner retina at "a single glance".

Open Visual Stimulator

This repository holds the resources for a flexible, spatial visual stimulator with up to 6 chromatic channels. It combines commercial digital light processing (DLP) devices with open hard- and software components that can be easily adapted to the experimentalist’s specific needs.

QDSpy v.77 beta

A software for generating and presenting stimuli for visual neuroscience. It is written in Python 3.x and based on QDS, a software developed at the former MPI for Medical Research in Heidelberg. QDSpy uses OpenGL and primarily targets Windows 10.

For other developments and updates, see our GitHub repository.

Data resources

We believe that the best way to achieve reproducible scientific results is to promote open science, including sharing data and making software for scientific research freely available.

For our data resources – organised by publication – see the Euler lab website and Retinal Functomics.