We investigate the human body in the dynamic world we live in. The focus is on the relationship between perceptual function and goal-directed action, while closely monitoring interoceptive function. Traditionally, both perception and action have been studied in controlled laboratory settings, where movement, if permitted, only mimicked the real-world dynamic interactions we participate in and are exposed to throughout a typical day in normal life. Our experimental work includes studies of human behavior, neural processing, as well as psychophysiological monitoring and analysis. Taking lessons from the wealth of existing experimental work and building on the latest technological advances, we set to investigate sensorimotor dynamics as they happen in the real-world: unconstrained.