Modular Maze System: The Free Maze
What makes the Free Maze unique is that each part is reconfigurable, allowing you to transition seamlessly between DIY modular maze configurations and giving you the ultimate flexibility.
- Design your modular maze to your specifications.
- Easily reconfigure mazes for a variety of different tasks. Examples include the t-maze, w-maze, plus maze, radial arm maze, and figure 8 maze.
- Build mazes of increased complexity by simply adding more corridors.
With the Free Maze system for mice and rats, researchers can design unique modular mazes to their custom specifications. The Free Maze comprises individual corridor components that can be easily reconfigured into a variety of different maze types. Build upon mazes by simply adding more corridors. Rat and mice mazes can be assembled with increasing complexity depending on your goal.
All parts are completely reconfigurable allowing researchers to create several mazes in one. Ideal for rats and mice.
Take advantage of our built-in automation. Infrared (IR) beams triggered by the animal control the opening and closing of maze doors.
Build your own maze from the ground up completely unique to your research needs. All components are sold separately.
Hoshino, S., Takahashi, R., Mieno, K., Tamatsu, Y., Azechi, H., Ide, K., & Takahashi, S. (2020). The Reconfigurable Maze Provides Flexible, Scalable, Reproducible, and Repeatable Tests. Iscience, 23(1), 100787.
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We show you how the Free Maze is quite easy to configure. The orientation and position can be easily changed to give you different designs.
The Free Maze, our reconfigurable modular maze, has you covered! With the Free Maze, all components are reconfigurable, meaning you can easily disassemble and reassemble your maze with unique specifications.
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