[visionegg] pygame v. visionegg

  • From: John Christie <jc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: visionegg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 29 May 2007 17:07:42 -0400

So, for those of you who are serious psychopysicists the subject of this makes no sense. I mean, Vision Egg is massively more flexible for psychophysics.

However, for just doing basic cognitive tasks its often a little simpler (and better documented) to whip something up in pygame.

As a very recent vision egg newbie my question is twofold. What are the advantages of Vision Egg when you just need to draw simple shapes and then gather responses. And, is it hard to work with the two together, that does one need to watch out for? For example, what is the relationship between visionegg viewports and pygame surfaces? How can I use a pygame draw and put it in a visionegg viewport?

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