domos wrote:Well a lot of research goes into the iPhone too, although there is greater safety in numbers from buying an iPhone, rather than a tool that could expand consciousness beyond the PMR rule set. Because we are a herd animal I guess that there is no demand or incentive to mass-produce such a blasphemous thing!
I appreciate the effort to build such a high quality device, but as an engineer, I cannot help but think that the core of it is a simple piece of configurable software, running on a microcontroller, which is then driving a series of LED's in a particular combination and rate. In a way I can't blame them for the cost really. They are trying to make a living as much as anyone else and what self-respecting corporation is going to fund a research project like that and risk their losing peer reputation?
i agree domos
i dont see how this is any different to a television set ?
a series of lights that alters the state of mind ?
i wonder if it can be programmed for repeats ?