Source code for psychopy.hardware.iolab

#!/usr/bin/env python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

# Part of the PsychoPy library
# Copyright (C) 2002-2018 Jonathan Peirce (C) 2019 Open Science Tools Ltd.
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).

"""This provides a basic ButtonBox class, and imports the `ioLab python library
#  This file can't be named, otherwise "import ioLabs" doesn't work.
# And (lowercase) did not solve it either, something is case
# insensitive somewhere

from __future__ import absolute_import, division, print_function

from builtins import range
from numpy import ubyte
from psychopy import core, event, logging

    import ioLabs
    from ioLabs import USBBox, REPORT, COMMAND
except ImportError:
    err = """Failed to import the ioLabs library. If you're using your own
        copy of python (not the Standalone distribution of PsychoPy) then
        try installing it with:
           > pip install ioLabs""".replace('    ', '')

from psychopy.constants import PRESSED, RELEASED
btn2str = {0: '0', 1: '1', 2: '2', 3: '3', 4: '4', 5: '5', 6: '6', 7: '7',
           64: 'voice'}

# hack to fake a USBBox on ubuntu during documentation
import sys
if 'sphinx' in sys.modules:
    USBBox = object

[docs]class ButtonBox(USBBox): """PsychoPy's interface to ioLabs.USBBox. Voice key completely untested. Original author: Jonathan Roberts PsychoPy rewrite: Jeremy Gray, 2013 """ def __init__(self): """Class to detect and report `ioLab button box <>`_. The ioLabs library needs to be installed. It is included in the *Standalone* distributions of PsychoPy as of version 1.62.01. Otherwise try "pip install ioLabs" Usage:: from psychopy.hardware import iolab bbox = iolab.ButtonBox() For examples see the demos menu of the PsychoPy Coder or go to the URL above. All times are reported in units of seconds. """ ioLabs.USBBox.__init__(self) logging.debug('init iolabs bbox') = [] self.status = None # helps Builder self._lastReset = 0.0 # time on baseclock when bbox clock was reset self._baseclock = core.Clock() # for basetime, not RT time self.resetClock(log=True) # internal clock on the bbox msg = 'button box resetClock(log=True) took %.4fs' logging.exp(msg % self._baseclock.getTime()) self.commands.add_callback(REPORT.KEYDN, self._onKeyDown) self.commands.add_callback(REPORT.KEYUP, self._onKeyUp) self.commands.add_callback(REPORT.RTCREP, self._onRtcRep) # set up callbacks for key events ("key" = button and or voice key): def _onKey(self, report): report.rt = report.rtc / 1000. report.btn = report.key_code # int report.key = btn2str[report.key_code] # str def _onKeyDown(self, report): report.direction = PRESSED self._onKey(report) def _onKeyUp(self, report): report.direction = RELEASED self._onKey(report) def _onRtcRep(self, report): # read internal clock without needing a button-press; not working report.rt = self.commands.rtcget()['rtc'] / 1000. def __del__(self): # does not seem to ever get called self.standby() for rep in [REPORT.KEYDN, REPORT.KEYUP, REPORT.RTCREP]: self.remove_callback(rep) ioLabs.USBBox.__del__(self)
[docs] def standby(self): """Disable all buttons and lights. """ self.buttons.enabled = 0x00 # 8 bit pattern 0=disabled 1=enabled self.leds.state = 0xFF # leds == port2 == lights, 8 bits 0=on 1=off return self
[docs] def resetClock(self, log=True): """Reset the clock on the bbox internal clock, e.g., at the start of a trial. ~1ms for me; logging is much faster than the reset """ # better / faster than self.reset_clock() (no wait for report): self.commands.resrtc() self._lastReset = self._baseclock.getTime() if log: msg = 'reset bbox internal clock at basetime = %.3f' logging.exp(msg % self._lastReset)
[docs] def _getTime(self, log=False): """Return the time on the bbox internal clock, relative to last reset. Status: rtcget() not working `log=True` will log the bbox time and elapsed CPU (python) time. """ bboxTime = self.commands.rtcget()['rtc'] / 1000. logging.debug('bbox rtc: %.3f' % bboxTime) if log: cpuTime = self._baseclock.getTime() - self._lastReset logging.debug('cpu time: %.3f' % cpuTime) return bboxTime
[docs] def getBaseTime(self): """Return the time since init (using the CPU clock, not ioLab bbox). Aim is to provide a similar API as for a Cedrus box. Could let both clocks run for a long time to assess relative drift. """ return self._baseclock.getTime()
[docs] def setEnabled(self, buttonList=(0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), voice=False): """Set a filter to suppress events from non-enabled buttons. The ioLabs bbox filters buttons in hardware; here we just tell it what we want: None - disable all buttons an integer (0..7) - enable a single button a list of integers (0..7) - enable all buttons in the list Set voice=True to enable the voiceKey - gets reported as button 64 """ allInRange = all([b in range(8) for b in buttonList]) if not (buttonList is None or allInRange): raise ValueError('buttonList needs to be a list of 0..7, or None') self.buttons.enabled = _list2bits(buttonList) self.int0.enabled = int(voice)
[docs] def getEnabled(self): """Return a list of the buttons that are currently enabled. """ return _bits2list(self.buttons.enabled)
[docs] def setLights(self, lightList=(0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)): """Turn on the specified LEDs (None, 0..7, list of 0..7) """ self.leds.state = ~_list2bits(lightList)
[docs] def waitEvents(self, downOnly=True, timeout=0, escape='escape', wait=0.002): """Wait for and return the first button press event. Always calls `clearEvents()` first (like PsychoPy keyboard waitKeys). Use `downOnly=False` to include button-release events. `escape` is a list/tuple of keyboard events that, if pressed, will interrupt the bbox wait; `waitKeys` will return `None` in that case. `timeout` is the max time to wait in seconds before returning `None`. `timeout` of 0 means no time-out (= default). """ self.clearEvents() # e.g., removes UP from previous DOWN if timeout > 0: c = core.Clock() if escape and not type(escape) in [list, tuple]: escape = [escape] while True: if wait: core.wait(wait, 0) # throttle CPU; event RTs come from bbox evt = self.getEvents(downOnly=downOnly) if evt: evt = evt[0] break if escape and event.getKeys(escape) or 0 < timeout < c.getTime(): return return evt
[docs] def getEvents(self, downOnly=True): """Detect and return a list of all events (likely just one); no block. Use `downOnly=False` to include button-release events. """ if downOnly is False: raise NotImplementedError() self.process_received_reports() evts = [] for evt in if evt.direction == PRESSED or not downOnly: evts.append(evt) return evts
[docs] def clearEvents(self): """Discard all button / voice key events. """[:] = [] self.commands.clear_received_reports() logging.debug('bbox clear events')
pow2 = [2**i for i in range(8)] def _list2bits(arg): # return a numpy.ubyte with bits set based on integers 0..7 in arg if type(arg) == int and 0 <= arg < 8: return ubyte(pow2[arg]) elif hasattr(arg, '__iter__'): return ubyte(sum([pow2[btn] for btn in arg])) else: # None return ubyte(0) def _bits2list(bits): # inverse of _list2bits: return 8 bits as converted to a buttonList return [i for i in range(8) if bits & pow2[i]]

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