A Python toolbox for visual and auditory stimulation based on pyglet and pylsl.
pyReiz is a low-level auditory and visual stimulus presentation suite wrapping pyglet, sending markers via a pylsl outlet. You can also read more extensive documentation online.
The requirements for pyReiz are pyglet and pylsl. They are checked, and if necessary installed, during
pip install. Because pyReiz is still beta, i recommend installing from the git repo in editable fashion.
pip install Reiz
The most recent version of pylsl is not yet on pypi. A solution is to install libsl manually. You download a recent build of liblsl from https://github.com/sccn/liblsl/releases. Afterwards, install pylsl directly from github.
pip install git+https://github.com/labstreaminglayer/liblsl-Python.git pip install Reiz
git clone https://github.com/pyreiz/pyreiz.git cd pyreiz pip install -e .
Test your installation
After you installed Reiz, you can give it a test-run by calling
python -m reiz.examples.basic from your terminal. This should start a throwaway MarkerServer, and present a series of visual and auditory stimuli. If anything does not work out, inform us of the issue.
Create your Experiment
Examples can be found in
reiz/examples. Take a look at the documentation for the examples, e.g. the basic example which you used to test the installation.
Because all markers are send via LSL, i suggest recording with Labrecorder. Use at least 1.13, as this version supports BIDS-conform recording, offers a remote interface and has a critical timing bugfix included.
LabRecorder can only start recording Outlets that are existing. If you start a MarkerServer immediatly before you run the experiment, there is not much time for the Recorder to detect the stream. It is therefore best practice to start a pyReiz-MarkerServer as an independent process. This MarkerServer acts as a man-in-the-middle. It opens an Outlet that can be detected independently from the experiments you are running. When you then run an experiment, it receives messages from this experiment, and redistributes them in LSL-format. Start the MarkerServer as an independent process with
python -m reiz.marker from your terminal.
Sometimes, this is over-the-top, and you might just want to test your experiment without recording. You can safeguard your experiment by adding
reiz.marker.start() in your python-script. This will start a MarkerServer
The requirements for pyReiz are pyglet and pylsl. We require pylsl>=1.13 because a timing issue was fixed in that version (see https://github.com/sccn/liblsl/issues/8), and pyglet>1.4 because there was a breaking change between 1.3 and 1.4 in the way audio was generated and played (see https://github.com/pyreiz/pyreiz/issues/2)
I adapted code from Cocos2d for generation of some openGL primitives.
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