Neurosensorimotor Integrator (NSI)

The NSI is a programmable instrument providing a range of activities designed to target and improve various skills. These activities include pursuits, saccades, eye-hand coordination, visual reaction time, speed and span of recognition, visual balance integration, ocularmotor skills, visual motor skills, and neuro-cognitive skills. By engaging in these activities, children can work on enhancing these specific abilities and promoting overall mental acuity.

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boy in blue and white striped crew neck shirt
Eye Hand Coordination

The NSI can measure and improve eye-hand coordination and visual reaction timing, which are essential for children's overall motor skills, cognitive abilities, and successful interaction with their environment. Eye-hand coordination is a fundamental skill for children that involves the synchronized coordination between their visual perception and motor control, enabling them to accurately and effectively manipulate objects, engage in activities requiring precise hand movements, and perform tasks that require visual tracking and hand-eye alignment.


Optokinetics is a visual stimulation technique that utilizes moving visual patterns or stimuli to induce specific eye movements and improve visual tracking abilities. By presenting these dynamic visual cues, optokinetics engages the oculomotor system and challenges the coordination between eye movements and visual perception. This technique is used to assess and enhance visual tracking skills, such as smooth pursuit eye movements and saccades to improve visual stability, attention, and overall visual processing capabilities.

Auditory and Visual Timing

The NSI can improve auditory and visual timing. The precise coordination of auditory and visual timing is vital for children's development and can help improve their performance in sports. By honing their ability to accurately process and synchronize auditory and visual cues, children can enhance their reaction time, coordination, and anticipation. The ability to efficiently process auditory cues, such as verbal instructions or signals, in combination with visual stimuli, such as the movement of teammates or opponents, enables children to react quickly and make split-second decisions on the field or court.