The goal of this project is to study the brain areas involved in object recognition in Tree shrews, which are a model for the human visual system.
The print will be used to comfortably restrain the animal while it is situated in front of a computer screen to look at various stimuli which include faces and objects.
The restraint for electrophysiology experiments was printed in PLA, ABS and grey resin. Print was submitted by the Arcaro Lab.
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