Smart Pegboard*

Dexterity training gets smarter as
a multi-sensory experience


Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician or any other practitioner licensed by the law of the State in which the practitioner practices to use or order the use of the device.

Digital pegboard for functional and cognitive rehabilitation

Neofect Smart Pegboard provides visual and auditory feedback to motivate users through gamified training.

Clinic Partners
  • Digital Training Program

    Provides results-oriented digital rehabiltation games with parameter adjustability promoting "just the right challenge" for users.

  • Visual Feedback

    High-intensity LED lights provide visual cues indicating peg placement.

  • Auditory Feedback

    Voice and sound effects prompt the user through training.

Purposeful functional and cognitive training activities:

  • Shape Completion
    Place the pegs to complete the shape.
  • Smash a Mole
    Hit the colored lights before they go away
  • Memory Placement
    Memorize the lit locations and place the pegs in the correct holes.
  • Pathfinder
    Connect all three lights to make a path

Vary the challenge of your training with interchangeable boards and pegs.

  • Standard Board

  • Mixed Shape Board
  • Pinch Board
Standard Board
Shape : Circular , Peg : 2.3 x 12 (cm)

In the Press

Mashable Asia

Clinical Partners

NYU Langone medical center
Shirley Ryan AbilityLab(formerly RIC)
Stanford health Care
VA Long Beach Healthcare System
NYU Langone medical center

Registration and Awards

Registered by halogen free
Registered by CE
2018 CES Innovation Awards
Blackwood design awards Best Aids and Equipment
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Registered by CE

Customers Say:

interactive home rehabilitation program to keep you engaged throughout your rehabilitation journey.

  • My daughter loves the Smart Pegboard and uses it everyday for her fine motor rehabilitation. I've definitely seen progress in her abilities. She loves using it and I can't imagine not having it as a tool for her continued rehab.

    Michelle R.