Great app: would get full marks if they add the possibility to have fading colorleds as a program (fade from one color to the next in a smooth pattern)
If there is feature that would generate visual effects like colourful geometric patterns, then it would be awsome.
This an amazing deal on a sound light machine If you have never tried a sound and light machine this is the best way to get started. A pair of inexpensive VR googles work great with this app. It has many advanced features and is programmable. I would buy the led glasses but I have the Nexus 5x with the USB C connection. I think this would be great with the new Google pixel headset.
This app is excellent. I have been using it to great effect for over a year, but there are some things that need to be borne in mind. This app needs to be used with the external glasses. The external glasses are way overpriced. They are made cheaply and are flimsy, I had to take the nose pads off them just to get them to sit on my face and had to put duck tape on them to make them comfortable. However, that said, they are still cheaper than a dedicated mind machine and the app allows you to create your own frequency profile and gives you complete control over the experience. They make a headband to use with sleep like android, their other app, which I assume would also work with this one, and it looks like it might be better value for money and more comfortable than the glasses. AS a mind machine this works very well and I use it almost daily for meditation, relaxation, entertainment and to help me with anxiety and sleep.
This App Brings Disruption to the existing expensive mind machines and promises massive possibilities . One can instantly feel vibrations in the lobes n hemispheres of the brain .I purchased the pro version and will gift it to others too . Zero clutter and easiest to use. I hope that the developers get due Appreciation with this. and please take off the slide Arrow notifier while in full screen mode . 5+ ***** for an Amazing inexpensive Invention . developers i ready to donate too . I will bcoz of the invention u bring in.
I thought that this could be an alternative to more expensive devices, however I don't think it worth the money. If you have nothing else the app is OK. They also have an option for external glasses. The external glasses are definitely not worth it. They have one tri-color sensor the size of a corn kernel for each eye, that is mounted straight in front of the eye and is basically a very bright dot, making it very painful to look at even at low brightness. Also yellow color doesn't work. Green is too over powering. It would help if it had some kind of light diffuser so it covers larger area. A quick update. 3 layers of 3M scotch tape arced over the sensor about 1/3 inch or 0.7 cm away makes a great led diffuser. Much easier on the eyes. The program has Google cardboard option, however it doesn't work with google dreamview.
- Android O's adaptive icons
- latest support libraries
- fix in visual modes
- fix for visual-only not handling frequency changes correctly
- new Bihemispheric mode
- bug reporting
- fix for program not being saved to Settings profiles, fixes in German (many thanks Bernhard)
-Material redesign, new tutorial, unlimited programs and more