The technology in the lab can measure body language, stress, memory, reaction time, concentration, visual perception and more

The technology available in the laboratory can measure whether people are stressed or calm, concentrated or unconcentrated, present or distracted. One can monitor pulse, muscle tension, heart and brain. With eye tracking technology, we can track gaze behavior to uncover what an athlete looks at, and when attention is diverted.

We also have technology that measures body language and signals that reveal what emotions a person experiences at decisive moments. If necessary, we can also measure reaction time, memory, decision making and other key mental skills.