Meet the Brain Gauge

Brain health just got a whole lot simpler.
The scientific standard for brain monitoring is now available to be used at home.

Brain Metrics at Your Fingertips

You don’t need a Ph.D. to understand the concept behind Brain Gauge.

Science made simple

When the Brain Gauge pulses your fingertips, regions in your brain become active and talk to each other in a very specific manner. The Brain Gauge system measures this communication by asking a few simple questions — similar to the way you would read an eye chart.


How sensitive is Brain Gauge?

Brain Gauge uses your perception of physical touch to ascertain your brain's performance. Your brain's performance is impacted by almost everything you do - like a restless night of sleep or your morning cup of coffee. We’ve even looked into how cough syrup impacts our corticalmetric. No other methods in the world are this sensitive.

Technology Frees a New Science

For decades, computers have sent information to you only with sight and sound. The Brain Gauge system uses the sense of touch to engage your brain and test its performance. The Brain Gauge is the world’s first high precision tactile biofeedback interface.


The high precision and high fidelity of the mechanical pulses that the Brain Gauge delivers is what is ultimately responsible for objective and quantitative metrics of brain performance.


We spent the better part of a decade refining and miniaturizing the technology — the great-great-grandfather of the Brain Gauge weighed in at over 10 lbs — in order that we could distribute it to anyone virtually anywhere.

We put the "fun" in Brain Function

Years of research embedded into a entertaining, yet insightful game.

The Brain Gauge App uses levels, feedback, and even lives to make the subject feel like they are playing a video game while they are actually answering important questions we use to gauge their brain health.

Our gaming innovation not only keeps subjects more engaged in the Brain Gauge tasks, but makes the tasks more scientifically rigorous and targets failure levels that we have observed in our concussion database.

Brain Gauge is Everywhere

The research behind Brain Gauge is being used at locations across the globe.

45

peer-reviewed
publications

Wide range of completed studies including validation using MRI/fMRI, TMS, MEG, MRS, & EEG

60

university
collaborators

Studies ongoing at over 30 university and institutional research sites

400

concussions monitored per year

Hundreds of individuals will participate in studies to evaluate changes in brain function that result from concussion

6000

individuals
tested

Data has been collected on thousands of individuals from ages 5 and up