The light dome is our finest colour projector.
Designed for demanding therapists or professional
trainers. Frequently used by lighting designers and
interior architects to simulate coloured environments
It is a giant replica of the human eye and
constructed like a planetarium. The Ganzfeld Effect
gives the illusion of infinite space filled with
brilliant colour projections. The visual sensation is
similar to floating.
The dome offers treatments with a precision and
rapidity unknown in traditional therapy. Only 10
minutes of monochromatic light are needed. Thereafter
a few weeks should elapse to digest the visual
information. Clients soon notice a marked improvement
of physical and emotional status.
The human brain is extremely sensitive to
optical stimuli and light can be considered a cerebral
software. The holographic irradiation in the dome has
a profound psychological impact. Transverbal super
colour is most efficient for modern psychotherapy and
Each projected colour corresponds to a precise
frequency. It is strictly defined as opposed to
polychromatic mixtures. By remote control you can
slide through the rainbow sequence and choose any
desired wavelength. The combinations are virtually
The light mask optically resembles the dome but
the monochromatic light is projected by a fibre optic
cable. This fans out into a soft white mask that
excludes outer stimuli and gently fits most face
types. The inside is covered with natural white silk
to diffuse the incoming light.
The proximity of the face mask will create a
powerful Ganzfeld Effect. Despite its small size the
space simulation of the light mask is very effective.
It offers large quantities of narrow band light to
trigger the brain cells into action.
The mask is esthetically pleasing and
intended to stimulate the brain and the psyche. It can
readily be combined with therapeutic stimuli of music
Fibre optics offer an increased light density
and give a very high degree of freedom during
sessions. The lightweight and compact construction
makes it easily portable for travelling practitioners
The plastic fibre is electrically inert and the
mask can be used in combination with water. The
aqueous environments of hydrotherapy and float tanks
will benefit from monochromatic light.
The light ears project infrared light with
stimulating effects on micro circulation. The
lightwaves penetrate deeply into delicate structures
that no surgeon can reach. The light enters into the
auditory canal, tympanic cavity and cochlea to promote
Infrared light is transformed into
electrochemical signals that help stagnant cells
resume their normal functions. The positive effect
occurs mainly in injured cells that need the extra
energy. After some minutes the ears become warm and
the effect is long lasting.
Modern environments are saturated with loud
volumes and we become victims of acoustic traumas.
With advancing age the inner ear structures reduce
their flexibility due to poor circulation.
We lose part of the auditory spectrum and the
problem is pronounced in high pitch frequencies.
Shrill background noises block out important
information and social life becomes restricted.
The light wand is powerful enough to irradiate
larger body parts and the effects are almost
immediate. You will still feel the warmth after the
wand has been removed. The radiation is sufficiently
strong to pass through clothes.
Infrared light is invigorating to skin, muscles
and tendons. Infrared emission is a precise and
convenient method to transfer heat energy to interior
body parts. Microcirculation in deeper tissue layers
is rapidly improved. The long wavelength radiation is
practically invisible and does not have any aesthetic
Greater doses of monochromatic infrared light
can stimulate dysfunctional tissues into regeneration.
The light penetrates deeply and stimulates
intracellular mitochondria to increase the output of
chemical energy. This photonic boost helps inner cells
maintain and heal themselves.
Sunlight radiates 30% of its energy in the
biologically active range from 630nm to 900nm. These
wavelengths pass through water and blood in tissue to
reach the mitochondria. Wavelengths shorter than 630nm
are blocked by the red haemoglobin molecules in blood.
Wavelengths longer than 900nm are blocked by
omnipresent body water.
The wand is handy for personal treatment in the
home or workplace. It is ideal for sprains and
injuries resulting from contact sport or heavy
exercise. Chronic pain and old wounds respond well to
the invisible light dose. Astronauts confined in space
shuttles used infrared diodes to maintain circulatory
The light lines use acrylic gratings to give a
polarized linear structure visually analogous to ruled
paper. The light shaping makes the text appear
magnified and the method is suitable for large volumes
of print. Dyslectics benefit from the guiding
structure of the linear light and easily double their
Our vision evolved under millions of years in a
complex world under changing light. Quick and correct
detection became a matter of life and death. We
developed a strategy of fast ocular movements or
saccades to rapidly detect changes. But the jerky
shifts obstruct any sustained fixation of the eyes and
make them quite unfit for reading.
The problems are most pronounced with linear
text in bulk. Multiple fixations are needed to
compensate for erratic deviations and errors quickly
escalate. Most children eventually learn to discipline
their eyes to analyze words but many fail. Defective
reading affects 5-10% of the population often
diagnosed as dyslectic.
Symptoms do not disappear naturally but
deteriorate and make everyday life complicated. Modern
society is packed with written information where
decoding poses a constant problem. Displays are
impossible to decipher and road signs are misread.
Airports are chaotic and driving is a hazard.
The retina feeds information to the brain via
two neuronal pathways. Large magno systems provide
instant overwiew while small parvo grids give fine
detail. Magnocellular connections are often impaired
among dyslectic subjects with undue dominance of slow
parvo cells. The linear structure of the ergonomic
light tends to speed up dormant magno neurons.
The light films are made from thin transparent
plastic gels. They are available in many colours and
used in professional theatre productions. Their
spectral resolution is sufficiently well defined for
They are useful for learning the basic rules of
colour theory. The light films are intended as simple
tools for designers and artists while assessing
ambient colour compositions. They can also be used for
diagnostic colour testing to create a personality
The films are simple and fun but also have a
therapeutic value. Looking through a filter gives the
impression of being immersed inside that very colour.
The emotional impact is surprising and the films serve
as a first step towards advanced light psychology.