GDVCAMERA BIO-WELL has been developed by Dr. Konstantin Korotkov and brings the powerful technology known as Gas Discharge Visualization technique to market in a more accessible way than ever before. The product consists of a desktop camera and accompanying software, which allows a user to quickly and easily conduct human energy scans. Accessory attachments are also available for purchase to conduct environment and object scans.
GDV Technique is the computer registration and analysis of electro-photonic emissions of biological objects (specifically the human fingers) resulting from placing the object in the high-intensity electromagnetic field on the device lens.
When a scan is conducted, a weak electrical current is applied to the fingertips for less than a millisecond. The object's response to this stimulus is the formation of a variation of an “electron cloud” composed of light energy photons. The electronic “glow” of this discharge, which is invisible to the human eye, is captured by the camera system and then translated and transmitted back in graphical representations to show energy, stress and vitality evaluations.
Using the powerful technology of Gas Discharge Visualization, Bio-Well illustrates the state of a person's energy field. When a scan is taken, high intensity electrical field stimulates emission of photons and electrons from human skin; powerful imaging technology captures photon emissions given off by each finger. The images are then mapped to different organs and systems of the body, tapping into Chinese energy meridians. The images created using the Bio-Well system are based on the ideas of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This concept was first proposed by Dr. Reinhold Voll in Germany, later further developed by Dr. Peter Mandel, and then clinically verified and corrected through 18 years of clinical research by a team led by Dr. Konstantin Korotkov in St. Petersburg Russia.
Bio-Well utilizes a weak, completely painless electrical current applied to the fingertips for less than a millisecond. The body's response to this stimulus is the formation of a variation of an “electron cloud” composed of light energy photons. The electronic “glow” of this discharge (invisible to the human eye) is captured by an optical CCD camera system and then translated into a digital computer file. The data from each test is converted to a unique “Photonic Profile”, which is compared to the database of hundreds of thousands of data records using 55 distinct parametric discriminates, and charted so that it is available for discussion and analysis. A graph of the findings is presented as a two-dimensional image. To study these images, fractal, matrix, and various algorithmic techniques are linked and analyzed.