Anglia Ruskin University vision and eye research centre are recruiting people who experience visual halluncinations secondary to vision loss (Charles Bonnet Syndrome). 

They are asking participants to come in to the university in Cambridge to do a short computer vision test and have an EEG. This involves having electrodes stuck to your head using a special cap so we can measure how the activity of the brain changes before, during and after the hallucination. This is painless. They will also ask you to describe details about your hallucinations. The visit will take a maximum of 3 hours. Travel expenses will be refunded. They need to complete research visits before the end of July for this initial study. If you would like more information please contact Bethany Higgins