Paras Kaul

Paras Kaul is a brainwave artist who composes brainwave music and animation. She received an MFA degree in digital animation and video from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with undergraduate studies in English, art, and photography at California State University, Sacramento and James Madison University. After completing her education, Paras held computer animation internships at Omnibus located …

Paras Kaul

Web Designer, Content Manager, Brainwave Specialist
Hub Curator, Paras Kaul Brainwave Wellness

Email: paras@onair.cc
URL: http://paraskaul.onair.cc/

Paras Kaul explores applications that utilize technology for interactive gaming to train the brain for learning and rehabilitation.  Using brain wave analysis, multimedia, and neurofeedback, she produces gaming prototypes that morph brainwaves to low frequency coherence, which stimulates well-being in the mind and body.


Hubs: Brainwave Wellness

Brainwave Wellness & New Media

Training the brain to access positive data for cellular distribution facilitates healing in the body. As indicated via EEG, the degree of coherence between the brain’s right and left hemispheres provides a representation of an individual’s energetic condition. Mindful practices, such as Qigong lower brainwave frequencies, which stimulates the flow of energy in the body. Combining technology and stillness practices, such as Qigong and meditation accelerates learning processes and expands human consciousness, thus facilitating the evolutionary process.

EEG Systems

Prototypes for brain wave games developed by Paras Kaul utilize the Interactive Brainwave Visual Analyzer (IBVA), an interactive 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 Brainwave Gaming

Neurological game design utilizes brain wave data, measured with EEG to control digital objects in 3D environments.  The mind influences the brain’s function and can be trained to emit low frequency neural signals with significant coherence between the brain’s right and left hemispheres. The brain functions with no conscious effort, but with training, the brain will respond to …

Brainwave Morphing and Qigong for Rehabilitation

Summary of a National Qigong Workshop, July 2014

Brainwave morphing is a process that combines multimedia, gaming, and interactive brainwave technology for biofeedback analysis. Similar to a conductor leading an orchestra, morphing trains the mind to direct the brain’s performance to respond to positive thought. Qigong enhances the mind’s direction for the brain to emit low frequency alpha …

WujiTech, Inc.

WujiTech, Inc. has a WujiBrainwave application that uses brainwaves to interact with a patented video format called MindMedia. The brainwave app works on iPads and computer systems and is available in the iTunes store for a reasonable price. You also need to purchase a …

The Boolean Girl Project

The Boolean Girl Project (See booleangirl.org) is an after-school enrichment program that utilizes STEM education to empower girls to write code and build games, interactive stories and animated videos. The girls use Raspberry Pi, which is an inexpensive, credit card sized computer that runs the Scratch animation program developed at MIT. Scratch is a free, visual programming language designed for kids to learn programming and animation. There are summer camps for Boolean Girls, and the program is featured at JamTech workshops at the US Patent Office. For more information, contact paraskaul@gmail.com. Working with the founder of the program—Brian Moran and a team of well-trained instructors—Paras was the Operations Manager and also an Instructor for the program.

Interspecies Communication

Long ago during a lecture by the late Dr. John Lilly—neuroscientist, MD at a Save the Dolphins Workshop in Sacramento, CA, he said “I would like to introduce myself to the human species!” A chill passed through my spine, since that statement seemed to acknowledge an understanding that other intelligent life forms do exist. I suspected as much from reading Lilly’s books on dolphin communication, such as COMMUNICATION BETWEEN MAN AND DOLPHIN. Shaking hands with Lilly after his talk was similar to having a PET scan that sees into the nuances of the body, detecting all that you are from head to foot—image from WujiTech’s Brainwave Game. See WujiTech.com.

SciFi Independent Film

Caller ID, produced by Eric Zimmerman, is an independent film that uses the IBVA (Interactive Brainwave Visual Analyzer) neurofeedback system as a mind machine designed to monitor brainwaves of characters in the film to determine whether or not they could be absorbed into The Program—a system in the film that controls character behaviors using mind control tactics. Paras was invited to …

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