Landisman Lab: Sliding objective mount and computer controlled focus allow for simplified magnification changes when recording electrodes are in place.
Meister Lab: Tobi Sutz is using one of a collection of programs created to record and visualize 64 channels of electrophysiological data. This particular program works with a wired version of the Litke device.
Meister/Dulac/Kreiman Labs: Intan Technology produces a commercially available 16 channel amplifier that functions similar to the Litke chip. We are helping to integrate this chip into research equipment for multiple labs. The P.C.B. shown was made by Joe Bergan of the Dulac lab.
Dowling Lab: A simple rig used to record extracellularly from larval zebra fish retina.
Meister Lab: A custom open frame stereotatic device.
Murthy/Uchida labs: Precision titanium head plates in a variety of shapes and sizes, each optimized for particular experimental constraints.
Engert Lab: Head stage adaptors required for extended reach and clearance.
Schier Lab: Driver for a rapid-response temperature controlled microscope stage instert. The unit is capable of changing temperature at a rate of 2 degrees C/s.
Schier Lab: Temperature controlled micrsocpe stage instert. Perfusion inflow, outlet and tempearture probes are visible. Insert accomadates standard plastic dishes.