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Chronos Variation On EMDR

Discussion in 'News, Politics & Debates' started by maus, Mar 24, 2007.

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  1. maus

    maus Active Member

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    "Chronos," a reference to the Greek, is an audio-visual representation of the experience and perception of subjective time. Chika's abstract flickering imagery and Zach's low frequency sine (Alpha) waves are used as a means of evoking rhythms that reflects a relaxed, meditative awareness. This collaborative concept was inspired from a technique called EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) which was developed in the 1980s by Dr. Francine Shapiro, a psychologist who discovered that alternating stimulation between the right and left hemispheres of the brain through repetitive horizontal eye movements; tapping of the hands and/or oscillating sound effects somehow pulls memories from the subconscious into consciousness.

    Chika's dynamic and minimalist visuals focus on three colors: red (passion, excitement, danger), black (power, elegance, mystery) and white (purity, cleanliness, usefulness) which all represent a range of human experience. Zach's sounds are generated by a variety of finely tuned, low frequency sine waves. When combined, these sounds create 'acoustic beats,' or rhythmic pulses that exist through their varying resonant interference patterns.

    http://video.google.com/googleplayer.swf?docId=-145566905216996223

     
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    maus Active Member

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    hello anthony

    I posted this Chronos video yesterday and it was working fine
    now you edited it and it is not working anymore
    also copying or pasting in the webbrowser doesn't work any more
    can you undo what you did or repair it?
     
  4. anthony

    anthony Renovation Aficionado Founder

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    Hi Maus, it still works fine actually, you simply have to copy and paste the link into the browser. The video loads when a users presses play.
     
  5. maus

    maus Active Member

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    I must do something wrong then, neither the link here nor copy and paste works. Never mind as long as other people can look and listen to it. Thnx
     
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