Meet the new Brain Gauge Pro

With ±1 micron precision and a closed loop feedback system, the Brain Gauge Pro was built for researchers on the cutting-edge of science.


When microns matter.

The 1 micron precision of the Brain Gauge Pro outclasses the competition.

Measure every micron.

Before Brain Gauge Pro, tactile stimulators were large, expensive, and inaccurate. The Brain Gauge Pro revolutionizes somatosensory research. These two independently controlled and calibrated actuators offer limitless potential for stimulus delievery.

What is closed-loop feedback?

Each tip in the Brain Gauge Pro uses sophisticated real-time sensors to monitor the pressure being applied by the subject, and uses feedback algorithms to ensure consistent displacement in the real-world. This allows the Brain Gauge Pro to deliver extremely precise vibrations in a variety of clinical environments.

No Mouse Needed

The sensors embedded in the tips also allow the Brain Gauge Pro to be used as a response device. The new Brain Gauge Pro is the first device that no longer needs a mouse. Just click on the tips to answer left or right, and the Brain Gauge Pro will respond with a haptic click.

Research-Grade Software

Easily track and analyze results for all of your subjects


The software package included with the Brain Gauge Research Edition makes testing and managing an entire clinic of patients possible. Easily configure a battery of tests to fit your needs. The streamlined software makes test administration simple and efficient, on-screen instructions alleviate the need for scripted testing procedures.
The software teaches the subjects everything they need to know.


Research grade analysis tools help you see the trends within your data. Keep tabs on subject progression, track the effects of clinical interventions, generate detailed reports, or export spreadsheets of raw data and run your own analyses. All of your data is always at your fingertips, data is instantly accessible from any Chrome-compatible device.

Easy to Interpret Results

Compare your latest performance to past measurements, historical norms, and other subjects.



Performance typically improves with recovery

Healthy controls demonstrate consistent performance