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The button-box we have used for our "sensorimotor synchronisation" experiments is a Cedrus RB-730 response pad. It is on loan from Nenad and the IT office. It connects to the computer via a USB port, and is controlled by the computer as a serial port (or something like that). [http://www.cedrus.com/responsepads/rb730.htm]. To work, you must install a driver from the Cedrus website here:[http://www.cedrus.com/support/rb_series/tn1057_install_rbx30_macos_x.htm], and surprisingly, I also had to install a USB to serial port driver from a company called Keyspan: [http://www.keyspan.com/downloads/homepage_pn_usa28x.spml]. It's the driver for their USA-28x product I used.
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The button-box we have used for our "sensorimotor synchronisation" experiments is a Cedrus RB-730 response pad. It is on loan from Nenad and the IT office. It connects to the computer via a USB port, and is controlled by the computer as a serial port (or something like that). [1]. To work, you must install a driver from the Cedrus website here:[2], and surprisingly, I also had to install a USB to serial port driver from a company called Keyspan: [3]. It's the driver for their USA-28x product I used.
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