GyroStim's innovative combination of technologies enables a broad spectrum of methodical, data-driven strategies to target specific goals for individuals from all walks of life.


Imagine the possibilities of combining powerful and precise computer-controlled whole-body rotations with targeted individualized strategies.

​Click the buttons to the left to see examples of four popular strategic approaches.


Laser-detecting targets offer strategies for reinforcing visuomotor, spatial awareness, and discernment.

  • Targets placed at same or varying heights

  • Targets placed at the same or varying distance from rotating chair

  • Targets identified by colors, numbers, letters or shapes



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Laser pointer strategies engage and challenge visuomotor and sensorimotor systems.

  • Laser pointer placed in the dominant or non-dominant hand

  • One laser in each hand, alternate left / right hand in sequence

  • One laser in each hand, alternate left / right as verbally commanded

  • Laser pointer mounted on head with headgear, or on other parts of the body as intended

The addition of cognitive tasks during a GyroStim session provide challenges to multi-tasking, memory, and brain processing capability.

  • Counting up or down in sequence

  • Strategies involving numbers, colors, or shapes placed on the target faceplate to challenge visual acuity, discernment, and decisiveness

  • Working memory and long-term memory list recitation

  • Many additional customized cognitive strategies can be included



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Situational challenges provide additional physical and cognitive exercise and challenge for specific and targeted training.

  • Custom targets: relevant to subject such as aircraft instrument panel

  • Passive: rotate with the head fixed, staring at a fixed point inside the rotating chair

  • Eyepatch on the dominant or non-dominant eye

  • The subject wears sports gear (i.e. football, baseball, or hockey helmet) during the session to increase situational challenge and simulation

  • Crowd noise or other simulated background noise and distractions may be introduced to increase situational exercise and challenge