DAVID Spectrum Eyeset is the latest incarnation of MindAlive’s Visual Entrainment technology, leveraging on the power of Windows platform with two newly introduced free Windows App, DAVID Breathe and DAVID Live. Instead of needing a dedicated controller like DAVID or ALERT, the Spectrum eyeset comes with just the Eyeset and a USB cable that plug directly into the USB Port of any PC running Windows PC. Download the free apps, DAVID Live or DAVID Breathe from Microsoft Store, and you can start using the system.
DAVID Spectrum Eyeset is designed for both home and professional users. For home users, download Breathe App. The Breathe App can be run as a standalone app, or work with Spectrum Eyeset. For professional or enthusiast, download DAVID Live app. The live app will require Spectrum Eyeset to work, however. Because of the impressive full control features of the Spectrum™ eyesets, the therapist can create and engage in an optimal experience for the client. The app in combination with the Spectrum™ eyesets is perfect for a clinician practising neurofeedback, talk therapy, hypnosis, or brain stimulation where the therapist requires control. The clinician has full control over dual-frequencies, intensities, and colour. The client also has self-guided light intensity control using two buttons located on the Spectrum™ eyeset screen, which can also be disabled by the therapist.
DAVID Spectrum™ can be controlled from a multi-port hub. A therapist can set up several Spectrum™ eyesets in a room for group sessions. The therapist will have individual control over each Spectrum™ eyeset when using as a group with master control. The Spectrum™ eyesets utilise high-contrast field stimulation to optimise the optic chiasm for hemispheric stimulation.
Features of the Spectrum™ eyeset are:
1) Millions of colours per set of fields.
2) Colours can be calibrated on an individual LED basis for precision colour work.
3) High contrast between fields.
4) Can flicker at various waveforms such as sine, classic, and near-square waves.
5) High-frequency stimulation up to 50 Hz (in the gamma band).
6) Therapist control using DAVID Live.
7) Self-guided Heart Rate Variability (HRV) breathing and deep relaxation using the DAVID Breathe app available from the Microsoft Store.
Using DAVID Breathe paces one’s breathing to achieve a heightened level of relaxation through timed breathing and Heart Rate Variability (HRV).
Heart Rate Variability is an emerging therapy used to achieve meditation through scientifically guided breathing and heart rate monitoring. It is used primarily for those struggling with anxiety, trauma, and PTSD. While many of these clients are too dysregulated to begin to control their breathing and heart rate on their own, with the assistance of entrainment, most of these people quickly and effectively learn to breathe.
About DAVID LIVE
DAVID Live is a revolutionary new app geared to optimize clinician/client experience. The DAVID Live app in combination with the Spectrum™ eyesets is perfect for a clinician practising neurofeedback, talk therapy, hypnosis, or brain stimulation where the therapist requires control. The clinician has full control over dual-frequencies, intensities, and colour. The client also has self-guided light intensity control using two buttons located on the Spectrum™ eyeset screen, which can also be disabled by the therapist.
About DAVID BREATHE
DAVID Breathe is a tool that teaches you to breathe in a calm and meditative way, so you can re-establish a healthy heart rate rhythm using Heart Rate Variability to help you achieve a deep state of relaxation. Use DAVID Breathe on your work and/or home computer. The icon can stay in the corner on your screen for when you need to use it.
Add visual entrainment using Spectrum™ eyeset for a profoundly relaxing breathing break – available from Mind Alive Inc. or your authorized distributor. By flashing lights into the eyes, we gently and safely guide the brain into various mental states. While the Spectrum™ eyeset flashes lights, the colours of the lights change so that you know when to inhale and when to exhale.