Gesture tracking wearable ring provides data from finger, hand, and arm movement that is used to trigger playback of hypnotic text or audio while performing an assigned task.
Wearable Bluetooth sensor that provides data from foot taps and steps that is used to trigger hypnotic text and audio events.
Gesture tracking camera that can be programmed to trigger text and audio playback from specific physical movements or positions.
Microphones that attach to objects or the body to harness clicks, taps, and other sounds in order to trigger hypnotic text or audio.
Switches that can be mounted in locations or customized to be worn on the body to trigger hypnotic text and audio.
A microphone that is worn on the head to use the power of the voice and words to trigger hypnotic text and audio.
Switch worn around the neck to harness the movement of the chin. Used with eating and weight loss hypnosis, as well as to slow the pace of eating and increase the enjoyment of food.
Switches incorporated in furniture installations and wearable pieces that connect to the Arduino Micro to send signals about mouse movement and keyboard selection to the computer for alternating typing interfaces.
Converts the signals from microswitches from custom designed installations and wearables to control the movements of a mouse or keyboard selection on an onscreen keyboard.
Converts the signals from electric drums, contact mics, telegraph keys, and other audio to control mouse movement and keyboard selection on a computer, as well as sending next-slide messages to playback hypnotic text and audio.
Converts signals from adapted switches to custom computer movements to control the mouse or make key selections from an onscreen keyboard.
Used for tapping and rhythm inductions, as well as incorporated into furniture installations and wearables. Sends a signal to the TM-1 that is converted to a next slide message, mouse movement, or keyboard selection on a computer.