Interactive Metronome is a motor planning and sequencing improvement tool. It was developed in the early 1990s and first used to help children with learning and developmental disorders. The pediatric patients using IM were able to develop significant increases in neurological and motor areas that they had not sufficiently developed such as:

  • Attention and Concentration     
  • Motor Coordination
  • Language Processing
  • Control of Impulsivity

Many hospitals offer Interactive Metronome to patients suffering from brain injury, stroke and Parkinson's disease. It has also been adapted to the sports arena.
The Professional Golf Association Tour has seen growing interest in the Metronome. Last year, Golf Digest magazine called it "the hottest piece of equipment on the tour." Vijay Singh, the PGA Player of the Year, has made it part of his workout routine.

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Measuring milliseconds

The goal is to clap to the tone as closely as possible. The computer then records, in milliseconds, how far off the claps are to the beat.