The GDV camera is a biomedical device that is used to measure a subject’s energy fields. The level of detail that can be interpreted from the camera and the related GDV software programs is unsurpassed in the world of science.
The nonintrusive fingertip readings and analysis provide a deep and revealing level of evaluation of both the psycho-emotional and physical energy fields.
The captured emissions are processed through a proprietary software suite and displayed as energy levels in the organ systems, whole body energy fields, and the Chakra alignment.
Further, we evaluate which body systems are burdened by stress-related issues, or if a physical pathology exists. We then can treat the issue and have the subject repeat the analysis at a later date to validate the treatment plan’s efficacy.
The GDV camera is also used by researchers as a noninvasive tool to measure energy fields of humans or elementals, such as water, soil, plants, and the environment.
Any type of energy study in the biomedical industry could benefit from utilizing this state-of-the-art camera. Additionally, the camera is considered the gold-standard worldwide in product studies that evaluate the effects that stimuli, (such as products or modalities), have on subjects.
For example, if a researcher is attempting to study the effects of a nutritional supplement on a subject’s energy level, the GDV can be used as an energy baseline to aid researchers in data interpretation.
Purpose of “GDV Chakra“:
- graphic display of the normalized energy value and emotional-physical imbalance of the energy centres of human body, chakras, on the basis of processing of GDV-images of 10 fingers. Calculation of GDV-chakras is based on the idea of the connection of a chakra with the part of the finger to which the corresponding systems of human body are projected:
- The Muladhara Chakra – the lower part of the second finger corresponding to the sacral and coccyx plexus;
- The Swadhisthanna Chakra – the lower part of the fourth finger corresponding to the sacral plexus, urogenital system;
- The Manipura Chakra – the lower part of the third finger corresponding to the solar plexus, digestive system;
- The Anahata Chakra – the lower part of the fifth finger corresponding to the cardiac plexus, blood circulation system;
- The Vishuddha Chakra – the lower part of the first finger corresponding to the throat zone;
- The Ajna Chakra – the upper part of the first finger corresponding to the forehead;
- The Sahasrara Chakra – the upper part of the fourth finger corresponding to the cerebral cortex, the entire nervous system.
- presentation of the table containing numeric values of the calculated chakra parameters.
- viewing the results on the plots of two types:
- projection of chakra parameters on the human contour as circles where the diameter corresponds to the normalized energy level and the shift of a circle to the right or to the left to emotional-physical imbalance;
- display of parameters on an ordinary plot as a line with markers. The chakra number is marked on the horizontal axis and the normalized energy value or emotional-physical imbalance on the vertical one;
- for each calculated chakra parameter its value, asymmetry and interpretation are output in correspondence with the Ayurveda concept in Indian medicine;
- comparison of the results for several subjects;
- print out of GDV-images, plots, reports and tables.
Purpose of “GDV Diagram“:
- analysis of functional state of the subjects versus a practically healthy person;
- showing the results as circular diagrams divided into sectors related to certain parts of human body (moving the mouse cursor on the plot causes bubble help about the current sector);
- plotting histograms of integral parameters:
- The integral area is characterized by three levels:
Norm – indicates normal activity of human body and psychic ;
below the norm – a weakening of functional stability of vital activity processes and psychic;
above the norm – an extreme mode of body functioning that can bring to overloading and dysfunction of human systems and organs.
- Integral entropyindicates the functioning state of cell, organ or human body:
normal entropy characterizes active progress of all reactions and processes of vital activity;
an increase of entropy indicates the emergence of new processes leading to cell or organ activity.
a decrease of entropy indicates the inhibition of all redox reactions, reactions of catabolism and anabolism, i.e, switching off many components from the system, cessation of various reactions, disappearance of the field for their development. This state can be observed if there is some pathology, e.g, during atrophy changes, but also in normal conditions (during sleep). Energy decrease can be observed e.g., against depletion when there are no transformation products and all reserves have been spent.
- Activation coefficientindicates the level of psychic state of human;
- The integral area is characterized by three levels:
- presentation of data as a table.
- calculation of the subject’s activation level;
- comparison of diagrams for several subjects;
- printing out GDV-images, histograms tables and diagrams.
GDV Energy Field
Purpose of “GDV Energy Field“:
- building up a model of human energy field on the basis of the topic map with correlation between the glow of separate sectors of human fingers and his biological systems and organs;
- viewing energy field as an image around human contour;
- numeric presentation of data in tables and diagrams;
- calculation of energy field parameters: area, entropy, fractality and symmetry.
- GDV-image zones corresponding to a biological system or organ and parts of human contour where these biological systems are located;
- showing energy field in the zone names display mode (point the mouse cursor to an energy field sector to view bubble help with the name of the selected zone; press the left mouse button to show the finger with the corresponding zone of the GDV energy field and this zone will light up);
- showing energy field in an enhanced mode which makes it possible to select and study it in detail in the selected scale (2-fold, 4-fold, 6-fold or 8-fold);
- viewing the energy field mode in three projections (a front and two side ones);
- comparison of the obtained results for several subjects;
- printing out GDV-images of energy field, tables and diagrams.