Brainsight 2.3.1 is released for all users

We are happy to announce the release of Brainsight 2.3.1.

Before proceeding with this update, please read the following important information.

Minimum requirements:

Changes since version 2.3.1:

  •  Samples can now be exported into DICOM files, either as a new overlay or as a copy of the anatomical.  Each sample is drawn as a sphere. The spheres’ voxel values can be either from the EMG peak-to-peak or specified explicitly.
  •  Improved the MNI152 model head subject registration algorithm.
  •  Improved performance when working with many hundreds of samples.
  •  Fixed a bug where cloning a session would result in the clone showing the motor maps of the original session.
  •  Fixed a bug where Brainsight Vet would incorrectly warn at launch that the Support Files were not installed.
  •  Fixed a bug where exporting a .txt file from the Electrodes Recording window incorrectly stated the coordinate system as “Brainsight” when in fact the coordinates are relative to the subject tracker.
  •  Fixed a bug where grid targets would sometimes be unreachable by the Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot.
  •  You can now move the Axilum Robotics TMS-Robot’s arm and seat to their ‘welcome’ positions separately.
  •  The 3D annotation shapes (Cone, Arrow, Brainsight) have been tweaked to have a thin projection line, helping to show the inwards direction.
  •  The Targets, Perform, and Review windows now show overlays by default.
  •  The Session Registration window now allows changing the crosshairs shape.
  •  The Polaris Configuration window now shows the device serial number and date the camera was last re-characterized.
  •  Fixed miscellaneous bugs.


  • Brainsight 2.3.1 can be downloaded from our website here:<>
  • You’ll need your serial number, which you can get from Brainsight itself from the Brainsight menu > ‘Enter Serial Number’.


Thank you,

The Rogue Research Team