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    Mind Control is Alive with BodyWave Brainwave Monitoring System by Freer Logic

    Just introduced is an intriguing new brainwave monitoring computer technology that has applications in many industries and situations.  Check out the release on the wave of the future……

    Unprecedented New Technology Reads & Reacts To Brainwaves Through The Extremities Of The Body Freer Logic’s “BodyWave” Provides Interactive Feedback Via Wearable Armband Sensors

    (Asheville, NC)– Imagine a small armband sensor that allows the user to be

    able to control a computer by mind alone; or determine if he/she is being

    inattentive or distracted while driving; or know exactly when to swing a

    golf club for optimum performance and results.   A new wearable technology

    called Body Wave from Freer Logic that does just that is now available for

    applications in many different situations and industries.

    BodyWave reads brain activity through the human body, not by intrusive

    headsets and wires like technologies of the past, but via a uniquely

    innovative brainwave monitor that attaches to the arm or leg. In the past,

    brainwave monitoring devices required awkward or invasive attachment to the

    head.  BodyWave’s patent pending design monitors the brain’s physiologic

    signal through the body. Dry sensors acquire brain signal and transfer it

    wirelessly to a PC.  When BodyWave is used with Freer Logic’s 3D computer

    simulations, it can activate and deactivate those computer simulations by

    mind alone. It can also teach stress control, increase attention, and

    facilitate peak performance.

    How Does BodyWave Work?

    BodyWave monitors brain activity through the body instead of the head. It

    can monitor levels of attention, cognitive processing, relaxation, or

    anxiety and stress. This brain activity is transferred from BodyWave to the

    PC where it can be used to control 3D simulations or field operations on

    screen. Through BodyWave, the user can only activate the PC simulation by

    actively engaging in the program. This means maximizing his/her attentive

    state while minimizing anxiety and stress. As the user begins to pay

    attention, the barometer reading goes up. If distracted or anxious, the bar

    goes down giving direct feedback about the cognitive and physiologic state

    of the user. When a peak performance state is achieved, as indicated on the

    screen, the user can activate the training environment. Loss of this fully

    engaged cognitive state will deactivate the simulation until full

    concentration is achieved once again.

    Avatars within the program can act as teachers to provide instruction or as

    a surrogate student to participate in lessons or simulations. Avatars,

    machines, or even control panels themselves can be controlled by BodyWave

    input. For example, when the user clicks on the avatar, he/she can use

    his/her attention or peak mental engagement to make the avatar walk to the

    control panel. If the user becomes distracted or anxious, he/she can no

    longer control the avatar and he stops.

    Training is initiated in a low-distraction, non- threatening environment.

    Because the trainee can see his/her mental or physiologic state in

    real-time, training environments can progressively introduce greater states

    of distraction, stress or duress that are typically experienced in the

    field. The trainee thus learns to act in a peak performance state even under


    Just A Few Applications For BodyWave:

    Sports Training – For example, BodyWave will tell you exactly when you’ve

    reached a peak performance state to sink a putt.

    Driving Safety:  A steering wheel could send information to a car’s computer

    to warn a driver when he/she is not paying attention.

    Job Stress Management: For example:

    1- An Air Traffic Controller could know exactly when his/her stress level is

    too high.

    2- Police officers, soldiers, or firefighters could train to maintain

    optimal performance under duress.

    Relaxation Time: BodyWave connected to a cell phone allows anyone to learn

    to meditate or relax.

    And much more…

    Freer Logic & Technologies CEO Peter Freer has helped ADHD kids for years

    with his Play Attention technology that used a sensor lined helmet to access

    brain activity. Although effective, at times it proved invasive and

    inconvenient. “By producing this new advanced technology, we have opened the

    brain interface market to the mass consumer market,” Freer says.

    In the near future the BodyWave’s patent pending technology will be able to

    collect brain activity through a wristwatch of sorts or implanted in a

    soldier’s clothes so that his/her mental acuity readings could be reported

    back to the commander.

    The BodyWave system can be purchased for general cognitive enhancement use

    for $1,795 at: and includes the BodyWave unit and

    full training and access to the PC applications.

    Freer Logic can also adapt the BodyWave system in “app” form for any

    specific industry or application for an additional cost.

    David Novak
    David Novak
    For the last 20 years, David Novak has appeared in newspapers, magazines, radio, and TV around the world, reviewing the latest in consumer technology. His byline has appeared in Popular Science, PC Magazine, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Electronic House Magazine, GQ, Men’s Journal, National Geographic, Newsweek, Popular Mechanics, Forbes Technology, Readers Digest, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Glamour Magazine, T3 Technology Magazine, Stuff Magazine, Maxim Magazine, Wired Magazine, Laptop Magazine, Indianapolis Monthly, Indiana Business Journal, Better Homes and Garden, CNET, Engadget, InfoWorld, Information Week, Yahoo Technology and Mobile Magazine. He has also made radio appearances on the The Mark Levin Radio Show, The Laura Ingraham Talk Show, Bob & Tom Show, and the Paul Harvey RadioShow. He’s also made TV appearances on The Today Show and The CBS Morning Show. His nationally syndicated newspaper column called the GadgetGUY, appears in over 100 newspapers around the world each week, where Novak enjoys over 3 million in readership. David is also a contributing writer fro Men’s Journal, GQ, Popular Mechanics, T3 Magazine and Electronic House here in the U.S.

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