We introduce a new EEG net, which will allow clinicians to monitor EEG while tracking head motion for correction. Motion during MRI limits patient scans, especially of children and patients with seizures. The MotoNet was built using PTF, embedding EEG/motion sensor pairs on opposite sides in one circuit. MRI safety studies at 3T confirmed maximum heating below 1ºC. EEG/motion measurements were made with a standard commercial EEG system. Using a custom MRI sequence with spatial localization gradients only, we showed that the signal on each channel was highly correlated with motion, allowing for electrode positioning and motion tracking.