Experience the Ganzfeld Effect with a Laxman Inner-tainment System

The Laxman “Innertainment” system is a set of headphones and googles that provides you with a next generation ultrasensory experience for an “unparalleled experience in focus and relaxation”. Light and sound combine to put you in a “dream-like state where your mind is unleashed to create a psychedelic kaleidoscopic of geometric structures in response to what you see, hear, and feel.” Woah trippy man.

It reproduces something called the Ganzfeld Effect. It comes with software to edit your own sessions:

“The Laxman’s patented All-Color Ganzfeld Open-Eye Goggles transmit every color of the light spectrum indirectly onto your eyes whether open or closed (try it both ways – the experience is different). And, your visibility to other stimuli outside the goggles is eliminated, causing you to witness visions of colors and shapes that correspond to your perception of the sound you’re also experiencing. These auditory impulse frequencies define rhythms the brain will happily follow into a relaxed, meditative state of mind.”

In other words, you will basically hallucinate. Includes four hours of professionally produced ambient and nature sound arrangements, including classical impulse frequencies, binaural-beats and hemicircle sounds. How will your brain respond? What will you see? How will you define your innertainment experience? There’s only one way to find out.

Anyone out there ever experience the Ganzfeld Effect? What was it like?

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1 comment to Experience the Ganzfeld Effect with a Laxman Inner-tainment System

  • Todd McMillin

    I’ve used the older systems of AVS (Audio Visual Stimulation) that Photosonix makes and similar companies. Its interesting for lucid dreaming and also when combined with HemiSync audio recordings does acutally change the mind and allows for short term alternations in brain activity.

    The thing is that many “mainstream” psycho-therapies are loathe to use this technology because of two reasons. The first is its long term effects are not completely documented. Second is that they are tied to Big Pharma industries to push medicine on patients to “cure” them.

    It’s interesting to note that the Monroe Institute which does HemiSync audio technology development has been working on several military related programs to help improve mental fitness without medication. Their audio programs have been used to help people sleep better and other positive social changes.

    The negative however, is that there are rumors that the technology has been used by advertisement industry to try and manipulate people to “buy” more products. The thing is that people with brain issues supposedly have more seizures after this technology came out which is why more people are having bad reactions to video shows.

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