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Old 07-11-2021, 10:24 PM
turinlife turinlife is offline
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Smile Create Two sequential tasks for images in Vizard

I'm new in Vizard. I'm trying to create a simple code to perform two tasks sequentially for a specific time set:

A black image for 0.8 seconds
A sequence of images (from a folder) taken randomly, for 1.5 seconds. I can perform these task separately, but I can't merge together. Suggestions are very appreciated, thank you

import viz
import vizact
import vizinfo
import random



FRAME_RATE  = 0.667       # in Hertz

r = list(range(7))
movieImages = viz.cycle( [ viz.addTexture('sequence_IMG/img%d.jpg' % i) for i in r ] )
screen = viz.addTexQuad()
screen.setPosition([0, 1.82, 1.5])
screen.setScale([4.0/3, 1, 1])

def executeExperiment():
    for trialNumber in range(3):
        yield Dark() #wait for doTrial to finish
        yield vizact.ontimer(1.0/FRAME_RATE, NextMovieFrame)
        print('Trial Done: ', trialNumber)

    print('done with experiment')

#Setup timer to swap texture at specified frame rate
def NextMovieFrame():
def Dark():
    yield viztask.waitTime(1) #wait for 1 second
vizact.ontimer(1.0/FRAME_RATE, NextMovieFrame)
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