My lab primarily used MATLAB in the past, but we are trying to transition to online experiments at the moment.
I am trying to mimic the experiment that was built in MATLAB but I am having some difficulty.
The main issue I am having now is in trying to present a square that oscillates around a center point from left to right.
Here is the code I am using:
from psychopy import visual,core,event import numpy as np import random # Specify Window Size win = visual.Window( size = (1920,1080), units='pix', fullscr= True, monitor = "default", waitBlanking = True ) clock = core.Clock() # Get Center of Screen xCenter = win.size/2 # Get Frame Interval ifi = 1000/60 rect = visual.Rect( win, # Where to display units="pix", # What unit width=100, # Original width height=100,# Original height fillColor=[-1,-1,-1], # Black lineColor=[-1,-1,-1] # Black ) amplitude = 960 * 0.25 frequency = 0.2 angFreq = 2 * np.pi * frequency startPhase = 0 time = 0 for practice in range(5): timestart = core.getTime() while ((core.getTime()-timestart) < 1): xpos = amplitude * np.sin(angFreq * time + startPhase) squareXpos = 0+xpos rect.pos = (squareXpos,0) rect.draw() win.flip() time = time + ifi print(rect.pos)
I am using this site as a reference point and trying to MATLAB > python/psychopy.
Currently the square move extremely fast from left to right but there are three simultaneous images at once. I want to just have one square that glides from left to right.
This is my first time posting here so if I am missing anything I apologize and I will add it ASAP!