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Stimulus presentation software, psychophisics, experimental psychology, visual stimulus, psychology, experiments,behavioural psychology
Stimulus presentation software, psychophisics, experimental psychology, visual stimulus, psychology, experiments,behavioural psychology

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We are happy to announce that the EventIDE forum is renovated and launched!
The new EventIDE forum is a platform for technical support, where you can ask questions about EventIDE without registration and get fast replies from our most trained team members. Easy search by tags implemented in the forum allows you to find quickly the relevant topics. We are migrating the old forum to this new system now, so that more content will become visible soon.
You are welcome to visit the new EventIDE forum to ask questions and participate in discussions on http://forum.okazolab.com/
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New developer blog post about code completion for XAML
http://www.okazolab.com/developer-blog/code-completion-for-the-xaml
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New review of EventIDE is added on our webpage,written by our long-time collaborator, Danielle Roberts from Awareness Lab (http://awarenesslab.nl) We are very grateful to Danielle for all her help in EventIDE development and for a beautiful art gift that she made for us!
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We are glad to announce that Okazolab starts a new collaboration with Validators (www.validators.nl) - a winner of the "Best market research agency 2015" MOA award. Using EventIDE as a base platform, we are building a versatile cloud-based solution for remote eye-tracking testing and analysis.
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New developer blog post about real-time eye-tracking analysis in EventIDE:
http://www.okazolab.com/developer-blog/real-time-eye-tracking-analysis-in-eventide
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Recently, we have found a memory leak in a library that EventIDE has used for video playback. The leak is not severe, but it may affect performance&timing, if you re-run experiment with videos several times.
Today, we released a fix for this memory leak. If you use videos in your experiment, please fetch the EventIDE update on www.okazolab.com/download
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