One of the first mind machines ever sold commercially, this metal strobe box weighs in at a substantial 15 pounds – a bit heavier than the LED entrainment glasses used today.
One of the first commercially available mind machines came some time later in the late 1950’s. Its construction was inspired by reports from radar operators aboard submarines, who found themselves falling into deep, relaxed, trance-like states after staring at flickering radar screens for extended periods. Dr. Sidney Schneider was one of the researchers to analyze these effects, and he went on to create the “Brain Wave Synchronizer”.
Hmmmm . . . must . . . re . . make.
Antique mind machines on Mind Update –Link
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