Wireless NeuroVideoFeedback™ From The Peak Achievement Trainer
Creating A New State of the Art for Enhancing Attention and Refining Performance
The new wireless system empowers you to strengthen your mind to better complete a task like a golf swing, homework, or reading. It enables you to find and strengthen the optimum "mindset" for that activity. And THAT translates to: improve golf score, higher grades, better reading skills, better prioritization and planning....
Benefits and features to this new system:
- No wires, no mess, no cleanup!
- Wireless range up to & over 50 feet
- Detects and automatically minimizes the effects of blinking and other low frequency artifacts.
- The entire system is attached to a headphone or headband. It can also be mounted on or even enclosed in a golf visor!
- The amplifier and transmitter is remarkably small and light, yet its high input impedance permits quick, high quality connections which last for hours.
- Features the Peak Achievement Trainer NeuroVideo Software--the only version of a superb new MSWindows-based data acquisition and feedback program, which supports video capture and Neurovideofeedback™.
- Create and playback a neurovideo to help you and your client understand the optimal sequence of Focus and Alertness!
- Users understand and control our measures for single-pointed Focus and Alertness (arousal/mental energy) within a few minutes!
- Clients can control a DVD, CD, or animation with their Focus, Alertness, or both. You train to the perfect Zone for optimal performance.
- The Peak Achievement Trainer also includes a complete training system for peak performance in the Manual
Use Neurovideofeedback™ to Discover the Optimal Patterns of Focus and AlertnessThe new key software feature is the video window. In that window:
Each activity has its own optimal pattern of Focus and Alertness. With this new video EEG neurofeedback software, it is far easier to discover optimal patterns that accompany peak performance and to reinforce them.
- You can play back a video file of a student performing a mission critical activity, While its playing, ask the user to visualize himself doing the activity, while you record his Focus (yellow) and Alertness (orange).
- You can also record video (with a webcam) and simultaneously record both Focus and Alertness, as the student performs or visualizes the activity. He can close his eyes and listen to a flute in his left ear for concentration, and/or strings in his right ear for alertness. The higher the pitch, the more intense the single-pointed focus or alertness/mental energy.
- Later, play back a selected session--with video--for discovery and comment. Pause it to discuss what you see. Then compare and contrast sessions from excellent and mediocre performances to find the key differences. Use these differences as a basis for training.
Find out how the Peak Achievement Trainer doubled the time that the 23 top executives at a Fortune 500 company could focus in just five weekly sessions!
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Now measuring & training the Three Principal Dimensions of Mental Processing: Focus, Alertness, and Awareness!
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