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Biofield Viewer is an internationally recognized biofield imaging system and is at the forefront of research investigating the efficacy of energy medicine modalities, devices and electromagnetic ...

Biofield Viewer is an internationally recognized biofield imaging system and is at the forefront of research investigating the efficacy of energy medicine modalities, devices and electromagnetic field shielding and enhancement technologies. The first study conducted to assess the effects of an intervention screened all the participants in the study with the Biofield Viewer at intervals throughout so that this intervention could be assessed statistically and yet from an energetic biofield perspective.

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    • Biofield Viewer 2.0 Upgrade © Biofield Viewer 2014
    • Biofield Viewer 2.0 Upgrade • • • • • • • • What is the Biofield Viewer? Biofield Viewer Approved Accessories Sample Biofield Environments Installing/Navigating the Software Upgrade New Drop Down Menu Environment Calibration Taking and Saving a Set of Images Analysis with Biofield Viewer and Image J
    • What is the Biofield Viewer? An imaging system which accentuates the gradations of light intensity in a standardized lighting environment. It is the only imaging system which allows for 3D graphical representation of the biofield.
    • What the Biofield Viewer is NOT It has not been evaluated by international medical authorities and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. It is for research purposes only. It is not an infrared, ultraviolet, or aura camera.
    • Video Camera/Webcam with Tripod Recommended: Logitech c920 – Other recommended: Sony, JVC, and Microsoft. – HD cameras record directly onto a card and often not equipped to feed directly into your PC. – For video capturing capabilities, we recommend a screen capture software to reduce the data storage on your computer such as Debut.
    • Webcam Software If using Logitech c920 webcam, go to: www.logitech.com Download driver for c920 camera to remote control camera and change exposure/focus.
    • Full Spectrum Lighting (FSL)/ High Lumen LED Standardized research clinic: We recommend a double 4ft/48” fluorescent ‘Full Spectrum Lighting system’ as this maintains standards and variables within research facility. Mobile screening: We recommend a Husky 5ft 2500 Lumen LED worklight.
    • Personal Computer/Laptop – Operating System: Windows 8/7/ Vista – Mac partitioned to run on Windows – Processor: 2.0GHZ (Intel™ recommended) – Memory: 2GB RAM for 32-bit/4GB RAM for 64-bit, 4GB free hard drive space – Video card: DX9 compliant or better – USB ports for software key and camera (if needed)
    • Biofield Viewer Clinical Environment Two 4ft FS Bulbs Hung from Adjustable Chains Optional raised white platform for subject to stand on in line with camera and lighting Can be raised to optimize space after imaging Camera on tripod with direct feed to computer Computer with BV software
    • Biofield Viewer Portable Environment Husky 2500 Lumen 5ft light with camera grip adjustment Optional raised white platform for subject to stand on in line with camera and lighting Camera on tripod with direct feed to computer 4ft Bulbs could also be attached to the top of a stand Computer with BV software
    • Installing Biofield Viewer 2.0 Software Update Hugeaura will email the update through a link to an activation file named ‘Auramancy.exe’ Save to Program Folder
    • Downloading Manual Hugeaura will also attach the manual in the email as “Biofield Viewer Manual.pdf” Save to Program Folder Software update should be complete.
    • New Drop Down: File The shortcut “O” opens a new image file. Esc closes the file. “Open image folder” opens a currently active saving folder. Shortcut ‘I’ Import image… allows user to analyze any .jpg image previously taken, for example, with a SLR high definition camera, in the Biofield Viewer mode. The button “E” allows users to “Export image…” into a file format usable by other software. If “Auto Export” is activated, the program will automatically create a new subject folder the ensuing images will be placed in that folderstore images in both internal and external formats. Exit leaves the program
    • Imported Imaging
    • New Drop Down: Camera User can decide which camera to run through the software. Be sure camera drivers are installed and recognized by computer.
    • New Drop Down: Detail The resolution of the camera can be adjusted under the “Detail” drop down menu. The software will default to the optimum balance between speed and detail. Higher definition options (depending on limitations of camera) will result in slower speed as a result of additional data processing.
    • New Drop Down: View “Biofield Viewer” option gives access to the 2D programs: the – Biofield Viewer (shortcut ‘B’) and Chakra Viewer (shortcut ‘C’). “Auramancy” (shortcut ‘A’) gives access to the 3D Biofield program. “Start display” and “Stop” display” allows users to turn on and off the visual real-time image on the screen. The various palette, subtle energy and quality options are only activated in 3D Biofield or Auramancy mode. “Biofield” and “Normal” video (shortcut ‘N’) allow the researcher to switch between normal video and the Biofield Viewer/Chakra Viewer assessment which helps in analyzing artifactsshadow. “Background black” and “Background white” are used for choosing the background color of 3D images. Black is best used for low lighting. “Fit to window” and “Fill window” affects the scaling of the original image. Fill stretches data and less accurate to use in research but useful for large screen displays.
    • 3D Backgrounds Black Background White Background
    • New Drop Down: View (Continued) “Alignment line” (shortcut ‘L’) allows users to center the subject and helps standardize the imaging process. Press multiple times for a vertical, horizontal crosshairs, and again to remove. “Invert” changes the palette to the inverse of what is shown in default. “Mirror” (shortcut ‘R’) flips the image to observe subject’s correct right and left side. “Toolbar” adds and removes the toolbar from the bottom of the screen.
    • Invert The color palette is inverted. Note: Different colored writing
    • New Drop Down: Image “Date” by activating this button, the date stored with the image will be displayed on the screen. “Notes” are stored in the .bi or .aura image file. Notes can be created using the shortcut “N.” “Annotate with Paint” creates a new copy of the image which is opened with Microsoft Paint™ program for further graphical analysis and edits. If Microsoft Paint program is not suitable for research requirements, the images can be exported to more professional image analysis programs. “Save image settings” allows for settings to be stored for next use.
    • New Drop Down: Record To record an “Image”, use this dropdown menu or press the space-bar as a shortcut. Use “Image as…” to save the image in a specific folder under a given name. “Image and edit” saves the image with an automatically numbered file name and opens it in the image editor with Notes and Annotate. “Image as and edit” allows choice of file name and opens it in the image editor. User can decide to use a “5 second delay” or “10 second delay” to allow them to image themselves or to allow clients to image themselves or immediately take images with “No delay”
    • “Image and edit”
    • RGB Saturation Close-Up Red Green and Blue saturation percentages are displayed immediately after the image is taken using “Image and edit.” For example if it was a completely red image, its saturation would be 100% and green/blue would be 0%.
    • New Drop Down: Help “Manual” allows users to access the software guide. Adobe Acrobat Reader™ needs to be installed on computer to open. “About” gives details of the software developer’s license. For more practical assistance, please join “Biofield Viewer User’s Group” on Facebook or contact your local agent for technical assistance.
    • Biofield Viewer Environment Calibration
    • Taking a Set of Images  Click on Record: “Image As”
    • Taking a Set of Images  Click on “Create New Folder” icon or right-click and Rename as you choose
    • Taking a Set of Images  Open the folder you just created and renamed. Give the file a name to begin saving images. Subsequent images will be saved numerically.
    • Image Enhancement with Image J Increase contrast and brightness
    • Image analysis with Image J
    • Repeatability: 3 separate scans on 3 days a week apart
    • Thank you for your support! If you have any troubles with installing the update, please email: Gaurav Kakade gaurav@biofieldviewer.com