For the development of artificial intelligent diagnosis for cerebrovascular intervention, it is desirable to forecast the growth of cerebral aneurysms. In order to achieve such purpose, it is needed to evaluate wall shear stress, strain, pressure, deformation and flow velocity in the aneurysm region. In this research, we focus on in-vitro strain and deformation measurements of cerebral aneurysm models, and propose a cyber-physical system, in which a scaled-up membranous silicone model of cerebral aneurysm was built and integrated with a specialized pump for the pulsatile blood flow simulation, and a vision system was constructed to measure the strain on different regions on the model with pulsatile blood flow circulated inside. Experimental results show that both distance and area strain maxima were larger for the aneurysm neck (0.042 and 0.052), followed by the aneurysm dome (0.023 and 0.04) and then by the main blood vessel section (0.01 and 0.014), which were complemented with computer fluid dynamics simulation for the inclusion of wall shear stress, oscillatory shear index and aneurysm formation index. Medical imaging data of the cerebral aneurysm in 2008 and 2011 was obtained. Diagnosis results have concordance with the aneurysm growth in 2011. The presented measurement method offers an option for measuring strain and deformation to be complementary with computer fluid dynamics and photoelastic stress analysis for advanced diagnostic in the endovascular surgery.