Rodent 3D Multisensory Motion Simulator

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This novel and unique system was developed by Dr. Adam Zaidel, the head of the Multisensory Processing Laboratory, and custom-built for his lab. Independent control of the system’s two robotic arms simulates self-motion with either vestibular (inertial motion) cues, visual motion cues or a combination thereof.  Simultaneous neuronal recording from awake behaving animals probes the neural bases of multisensory processing, spatial perception and perceptual decision-making.

Rodent 3D Multisensory Motion Simulator