Viewpoint was the first to automate locomotor tracking of rodents, and has since stayed innovative leader providing various apparatus. In 1997 ViewPoint expanded the capabilities of their system to primate behavioral analysis. Viewpoint's innovative status elicited a request for zebrafish larval analysis in 2001, in response to this request, ZebraLab came to life. Shortly after, ViewPoint expanded with an office in North America, where our first ZebraBox collaboration occurred at the Harvard University. Viewpoint products are applicable to virtually any behavioral experiment. Allowing researchers to use our products in any field, to study an unlimited number of topics.