The Brain in Action Laboratory is equipped with an eye-tracker, Eyelink II, a motion-tracking system, Optotrak Certus and a high-speed camera, Basler.

These systems can be used separately or integrated with MotionMonitor to capture hand-eye kinematics. In addition, the lab is equipped with a functional transcranial Doppler sonography system, fTCD, to record cerebral blood flow activity.

fTCD-sonography is a non-invasive imaging technique that monitors changes in blood flow velocity in the three major cerebral arteries with excellent temporal resolution (in the range of milliseconds). fTCD-sonography is one of the few non-invasive brain imaging technologies that allows for simultaneous recordings of the two cerebral hemispheres whilst the subject freely performs a motor or cognitive task.