Virtual Reality (VR)

Virtual reality (VR) is a three-dimensional computer-modeled simulation that resembles a sensory environment wherein the user is able to directly interact with the artificial environment. VR content and environments are created by the collaborative effort of computer scientists, programmers, and artists.

VR can help rewire the brain.

Neuroscientists now know that experience shapes the brain, particularly components of the cortical circuitry. Due to the immersive nature of VR, users usually experience the same or similar physiological reactions with VR as they would in real life situations. Specific VR experiences can be designed to suit individual cases so that unhealthy neural patterns can be addressed and rewired into healthier patterns.
We conduct VR research to look into the depths of human consciousness. Essentially, VR could be used as a mind-body medicine, to train high-performance minds, and to act as a conduit for higher states of consciousness.

Electroencephalogram (EEG)

An electroencephalogram (EEG) is used to measure electrical activity in the brain. We use EEG to detect certain states of consciousness as reflected by brainwave frequencies and patterns. EEG is also used to train and induce certain brainwave frequencies so that the individual learns self-regulation of brain function, also known as neurofeedback.

VR and EEG technology can train high performance minds.

7D Health will combine EEG technology with VR technology to enable users to directly experience their own brainwave frequencies, as they receive feedback from the virtual environments they experience. This will teach people the power of their minds so that high performance minds can be trained.