[Neuro] Eyes-open EEG stimulation via the ear canals
tomm.fire at gmail.com
Wed Oct 10 00:58:54 UTC 2012
I'd also recommend a test where the light source is placed in the ear
and activated, but with a cover in place to block all light, to make
sure that the observed effect is not electronic interference.
On 10/9/12 4:36 PM, Gregory Perry wrote:
> That is the purpose of the project, to obtain feedback from participating members of the project to report back their findings. Coupling a three channel light pipe assembly to the output stage of a conventional photic stimulation system, in an isolated setting I can empirically show strong brainwave stimulation and entrainment in at least three major cortexes without implicating the visual cortex and without the use of binaural beats.
> I will be posting some screencasts of the EEG charting output in the upcoming days using only in-ear light sources and without the use of LED goggles and binaural beats.
> From: saizai at gmail.com [saizai at gmail.com] on behalf of Sai [noisebridge at saizai.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 7:27 PM
> To: Gregory Perry
> Cc: neuro at lists.noisebridge.net
> Subject: Re: [Neuro] Eyes-open EEG stimulation via the ear canals
> Please cite a peer-reviewed study supporting your claim, preferably
> including a description of the physiological mechanism.
> - Sai
> On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 4:07 PM, Gregory Perry
> <Gregory.Perry at govirtual.tv> wrote:
>> High intensity light flashed into the ear canals causes very strong EEG entrainment in several major cortexes.
>> From: saizai at gmail.com [saizai at gmail.com] on behalf of Sai [noisebridge at saizai.com]
>> Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 7:05 PM
>> To: Gregory Perry
>> Cc: neuro at lists.noisebridge.net
>> Subject: Re: [Neuro] Eyes-open EEG stimulation via the ear canals
>> I don't get it. These are earphones that flash light into your ear
>> canal? There are no light receptors in the ear.
>> - Sai
>> On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 3:21 PM, Gregory Perry
>> <Gregory.Perry at govirtual.tv> wrote:
>>> Something of interest for the list members; I've been working on this photic
>>> stimulation system for about a year now, to facilitate EEG-research using an
>>> alternative to conventional photic stimulation systems via the visual
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