|OpenSesame 0.24 "Cody Crick" released!||
July 18 2011
By Sebastiaan Mathôt 1024 reads
I'm happy to announce that, after a long period of coding, testing, debugging and improving, the next version of OpenSesame (0.24, Cody Crick) officially sees the light of day!
Compared to 0.23, most of the improvements are minor stability and usability enhancements. However, there is one major change, which will hopefully make OpenSesame appeal to a much larger audience: Support for OpenGL and PsychoPy. This means that you can now use all kinds of fancy graphics that, before, were difficult to implement in OpenSesame. For example, you can use the PsychoPy routines to easily generate a drifting Gabor patch and similar stimuli.
Another improvement is the documentation area, which was rolled out a while back. Here you can find out everything about OpenSesame and, of course, ask questions and provide feedback.
Get OpenSesame 0.24 here! (Note to NeuroDebian users: The updated version should appear in the NeuroDebian repository soon.)