Interactive Brain Wave Visual Analyzer
Prototypes for brain wave games developed by Paras Kaul utilize the Interactive Brainwave Visual Analyzer (IBVA), a neurofeedback interface system to the computer. Using IBVA and applications in Apple Inc.’s OS X operating system, three-dimensional gaming environments can be developed that facilitate neurological learning and healing.
Multimedia and Neural Plasticity
Neurological game design combines multimedia with brain wave data to accelerate learning by training the brain to function with coherence and increased neural plasticity. Since 1992, Kaul has used IBVA to produce prototypes for brain wave games. Increasing coherence and neural plasticity expands perception and activates capabilities, such as nonverbal communication and self-healing. Interaction with the gaming environment is by brainwaves, which are used to control the motion of 3-D digital objects in three-dimensional space.