MindMachines.com Challenges Education Establishment to Adopt Light and Sound Machines to Boost Learning In US Private and Public Schools
MindMachines.com is challenging the American educational system to adopt light and sound machine brainwave entrainment technology to boost learning and memory retention among US students.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2012
MindMachines.com is challenging the American educational system to adopt light and sound machine brainwave entrainment technology to boost learning and memory retention among US students. Representatives for the company are strongly advocating the introduction of mind machine technology to US schools to boost standardized test scores, memory retention and overall learning.
“We are challenging the establishment and antiquated techniques. To bring the educational system into the future requires taking steps toward the future and adopting cutting edge learning enhancement technologies. One of the most ripe and prominent technologies is the light and sound machine, a brainwave entrainment device that delivers preprogrammed patterns of frequency controlled light and sound stimulation to the user though headphones and specially designed LED (light emitting diode) glasses. These mind machines contain a variety of sessions that include relaxation, focus and most importantly leaning. These machines can put a users mind into a mode where learning is optimized. To put it another way it alters the mood of the user and puts he or she in the mood to learn.”, says Fred Williams, light and sound machine expert and advocate of brainwave entrainment technology in US classrooms.
Mind machine technology is in use throughout Asia and particularly in South Korea, where parents will go to great lengths to provide their children with every advantage possible in regards to getting an education.
“The use of mind machines is widespread in South Korea and throughout Asia as parents look to provide their children with an advantage in learning. Comparisons of standardized test scores in math and science clearly show that US lags behind South Korea, Finland, Japan, Canada, Australia and others. I believe that the introduction of light and sound machine technology into the US educational system would provide a much needed boost and I am confident that standardized test results would rise significantly.”, says Michael Landgraf, author of Mind States an Introduction to Light and Sound Technology.
For more information about comparisons of the US education system compared to the world view USC’s infographic at mat.usc.edu/u-s-education-versus-the-world-infographic/.
Fred Williams is an expert in the field of light and sound brainwave entrainment technology and a vocal advocate of the adoption of mind machine technology in US classrooms.
MindMachines.com is an online information center for the light and sound brainwave entrainment community and distributor of the best mind machines and neurolearning technologies.
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