Here is an explanation of some key features we include our WujiBrainwave app that users have been asking us about. If you are into more of the tech and science behind our app then we hope you will enjoy this.
The WujiBrainwave app Helical Meters represent visual feedback of the particular brainwave bandwidths of your brain's activity in real time. We segment the overall brainwave spectrum into the traditional Delta, Theta. Alpha, Beta, and Gamma bandwidths. The percentage number at the bottom of the Helical Meter in our WujiBrainwave app shows the amplitude of your brainwave output - it is a % of the possible signal strength your brain can generate using this hardware. The number at the top of the Helical Meter shows the number of total seconds that you sustained more than 50% amplitude during your current brainwave feedback session. The time you spend above the halfway mark is statistically valid as it shows you were able to increase your brainwave output in that region above average. This can be consciously done as you practice - or unconsciously done (which gives you the opportunity to better understand, with continued practice, how to bring that into conscious control. Enjoy exploring your brain and it's potential for your health and personal empowerment.
Another way to observe your brainwave output (the electrical energy that your brain is actually generating based on your thinking and various physiological functions) is by looking at the Algorithm Meters on the right side of the screen. They are labeled to describe the most “common” aspects of your brain function. Our “Algorithms” are patented combinations of different brainwave activity – when your brain matches that particular combination, the meter grows to the left. You may not always “agree” with what you feel, but be patient and take time to explore and try this app at different times of the day or when you are in different moods. Words like “meditation” mean different things for different people… For us, “Deep Meditation” has less to do with “focus and attention” and displays more of a softer, low-frequency brainwave activity. Other algorithms include “Schumann Resonance” which is a scientifically accepted single frequency of brainwave output, the core of which is 7.8 hz.