Gamma Waves for the Brain

Imagine a space/place where you walk in to find a mix of visual and audio delights, all tied together by a constant, but changing, 40 hz tone. This wellness experience is what hopes to achieve digitally.

40 hertz is the lowest (longest) tone in the gamma wave spectrum. The human brain is known to function at rates of activity in the alpha (8-12hz) and beta (12.5-30hz) ranges when asleep or at low functionality, and in the gamma ranges (40-100hz) when awake and alert.

By stimulating the brain through the senses (ideally sight or hearing) with information that is modulated at a rate of 40 hz, you “jump start” or “pace make” the brain into working at this rate, and being more alert.

MIT has already published research on how gamma wave light therapy reduced the affect of Alzheimers in mice, and we want share this simple, non-invasive tool to everyone on the playa. It’s like taking a vitamin, but specifically for your brain.

The event is finished.


Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Oct 29, 2020
  • Time: 3:00 am - 3:00 am