Can a box that creates blinky lights and sonic pulses produce true transcendent experiences?
Maybe it depends on the programmer. Far be it from me to ever recommend an electronic gadget as a cure to life’s ills, but as electronic gadgets go the Proteus definitely has something to offer. Of all the mind-machines I’ve seen and tried the Proteus is by far my favorite, managing to pack a wide range of features into a compact little unit. The simplicity of the interface and design makes it attractive and easy to work with, but it is also highly programmable and capable of the best targeted electronic mind stimulation money can buy. Synetic Systems, the makers of the Proteus, really had a coherent vision in mind when designing the entire package. In addition to 50 preset sessions that last anywhere from ten minutes to an hour, the Proteus comes equipped with PC interface and a flash-ROM which holds the upgradeable operating system and over 100 editable user sessions of any length. Yes, you can do almost anything with the Proteus within the range of 0.4 and 50 hz, or pulses per secon