Physiological Parameter

Skin Response

Temperature

HRV / Pulse

Respiration

EEG

EMG

TENS

Skin Response

Temperature

HRV / Pulse

Respiration

EEG

EMG

TENS

None of our sensory organs can measure physiological parameters such as skin resistance or the pulse and others directly. We do not know whether our values are in the normal range. We therefore cannot know whether there is a need to influence certain body functions.

At this point, we have arranged our devices according to physiological parameters. Here are a few examples.

 

MindMaster

Devices of the MindMaster Bio series (for pure biofeedback) can measure physiological parameters such as muscle tension (EMG), heart rate (HRV), blood flow, respiration, skin conductance (EDA) and temperature at the same time, depending on the version.

Depending on the version, our MindMaster BioNeuro series (combines biofeedback and neurofeedback) can measure muscle tension (EMG), heart rate (HRV), blood flow, breathing, skin conductance (EDA) and temperature at the same time.

The MindMaster Neuro series (for neurofeedback) specializes in EEG.

 

eSense

The Mindfield eSense are handy sensors for measuring skin conductance, temperature, heart rate variability (HRV) or respiration using a smartphone or tablet. These physiological parameters are related to tension and relaxation and are common indicators of stress. With our eSense you can measure your stress level and effectively reduce it with biofeedback training. The eSense are particularly suitable for private users and home use and are characterized by a low entry price.

 

More sensors

The Mindfield skin temperature sensor is a small, handy temperature sensor with a USB connection and software on a USB stick. It is used for professional skin temperature biofeedback. The skin temperature feedback is mostly used for relaxation exercises, for example hand warming training.

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