Equipment and facilities

The Motor Skills Lab is well equipped with hardware and software that enables the study of motor learning. We are located in the War Memorial Gym (room 300) and we have a large space (with mountain views and black-out curtains!) for the testing of whole-body movement skills. There are 3 work stations within the main lab for research personnel, next door there is a testing area and space for research personnel as well as a dedicated graduate student area housed within the Copp building (opposite the Motor Skills Lab), which is equipped with 4 computer workstations. We collaborate with researchers in Physical Therapy, Mechanical Engineering, Opthamology and Psychology and have access to various equipment including a KINARM, EEG and tdcs systems as well as eye gaze tracking.