To the best of our ability, we practice open science. The idea is not to simply tick a box of “open science”, but to make the stimuli, data, and analyses that accompany a publication readable and usable for reviewers and other researchers. In addition, we have also developed a number of open-source software tools in support of our research goals:

BionicVisionXR is an open-source virtual reality toolbox for simulated prosthetic vision that uses a psychophysically validated computational model to allow sighted participants to “see through the eyes” of a bionic eye recipient.

pulse2percept is an open-source Python simulation framework used to predict the perceptual experience of retinal prosthesis patients across a wide range of implant configurations.