The Televagal PhysioCam

Your nervous system in vivid colour

This user-friendly device displays nervous system variables like traffic lights on a wireless glowing cube and can be used both in therapy sessions or between them

Dr Stephen Porges and colleagues invented the PhysioCam to measure activation in the vagus nerve helping practitioners to apply his Polyvagal Theory to clinical practice

A pulse wave is collected from pixels in the face via a high definition camera

The physiological signal is deconstructed into neural metrics and neural indices

Neural indices are synthesised into traffic lights to report on nervous system activation

Live feedback is provided in session via the colour of a wireless glowing cube

The PhysioCam in Action with Deb Dana

“It’s like having a co-therapist right here. It feels very comforting, actually. It’s lovely… it really works!”

– Deb Dana, LCSW

Watch Deb Dana using the system live in a therapy session.

Play Video

Live Visual Feedback

Stephen Porges’ invention reads the nervous system without touching the body. It converts the body’s physiology into live data relating to the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems. This live data is displayed to clinicians and clients during a therapy session using an ergonomic glowing cube which transitions from green, through amber, to red as the client’s nervous system activates in a session. The glowing cube provides an objective measure of activation for both therapist and client to work with.

The PhysioCam System

The PhysioCam consists of two cubes, equal in size. One cube houses the camera and can sit freestanding on a shelf or desk behind or beside the therapist. The other cube can be held or sat on a table next to the client. 

Contact Us

Sign up for our mailing list

Quantified depression and anxiety measurements from video
Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top
Scroll to Top