I’m working with a button-box connected through LabJack, and trying to find a clean way to collect reaction times. It’s easy to simply poll the state of the button (example at the end of this message). However, it’d be great to have a tool like
event.getKeys. This would allow me to run other code while monitoring for responses, only look for presses (not releases), and get time-stamped responses.
Is there a way to use
event.getKeys with a LabJack button-box?
# Is there a way to use event.getKeys instead of # repeatedly polling the state of the button? from psychopy.hardware.labjacks import U3 d = U3() d.getDIOState(16) # Gets the current state of the button