Aziz wrote:Version 1.1 with wider range (1-250 Hz) and filter for white noise. White noise has some therapethtic effect.
Acrobat wrote:This is very interesting, I wonder how to apply the frequencies to the body, is it a simple loudspeaker or a special electro-mechanical interface to be built? A.
Aziz wrote:Acrobat wrote:This is very interesting, I wonder how to apply the frequencies to the body, is it a simple loudspeaker or a special electro-mechanical interface to be built? A.
Definitely, a special interface would let us use less volume due to its efficency, but a simple (and powerfull) loudspeaker preferrably covering low frequencies would do as well. I simply take my 6-inch PC subwoofer and put it on my knee and then rotate, trying to find some position where vibration penetrates most inside the joint. As a rule, its some of its rear plastik parts. The bigger the speaker, the better. But be careful though, as vibration can kill as well as heal.. But there's always a risk when exploring new technologies. Today I've made some tests on myself and my knee has noticed some positive effect..
Good thing I do not have fillings for my teeth!Aziz wrote:While there're definitely some useful vibrations and frequencies out there, be shure to Google on the dangers of vibrations which can have effect on human body or mind, before trying to apply them.
Just to make sure VibroHealer not turns into VibroKiller..
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