Healyan aims to create enjoyable technology that assists in personal development and connects communities together
History of Healyan Enhancement
1. Strobe Light & Music Lamps Appear
In the 1970s and 1980s, music-synchronized strobe lamps emerged. Many communities invested between $3k and $10k on lamps designed to induce states of energy and meditation. However, the process of syncing music remained largely manual and difficult.
2. Strobe Lights Upgrade
During the 2000s and early 2010s, several enterprises harnessed the advancements in technology to fine-tune and customize light and sound sequences, leading to a surge in their widespread popularity. Consequently, audio sequences have devolved into fixed playlists encompassing only meditative music, ambient nature sounds, and guided voice tracks.
3. Physical Synchronization Appear
In the transition from the 2010s to the 2020s, mass music synchronization has been revolutionized through physical sense technology. This development has captivated hundreds of thousands of users, who have adopted devices that meld music with vibrations, enhancing the emotional thrill of the music.
4. First Light Synchronization
This year, Healyan has taken the lead in creating the first consumer headset that syncs recreational light stimulation with all music. Users can now enhance their musical experience, immersing themselves in their favorite songs through a virtual concert.
5. Top Startup in Europe
Having secured a spot among the top six most innovative startups in Europe and various other awards, Healyan is setting a new standard. Its team of elite engineers from Meta-Facebook, Mercedes Benz, Airbus, and Intel-Actian work relentlessly to refine your music experience.
The current music scene, while rich in talent and diverse in genres, has been facing a noticeable lack of innovative breakthroughs in recent years. This can largely be attributed to the limits of our interpersonal experiences. Headphones can only ever become so clearer, and our favorite musicians can only ever perform so much. Music used to be a regular, colorful and communal celebration, but without it mental health drops in isolation.
On the alternative spectrum light and sound therapy unfolded remarkable studies and results within the mental health scene. From becoming more engaged in day-to-day life to discovering higher degrees of consciousness, Healyan strives to perfect the industry by combining community and entertainment.
Healyan solves this by creating a headset that explores an open platform of light sequences with all music genres and sounds. This allows the mind to produce an exceeding amount of colors, connection, dopamine and serotonin, accelerating the mind's growth and its cognitive effects.
This study, involving 100 adult volunteers, investigated the effect of a single Audio-Visual Brain Entrainment (ABE) session on Heart Rate Variability (HRV). The ABE session, delivered through a BrainTap headset, significantly increased HRV and parasympathetic activity markers, indicators of cardiovascular health. The study concluded that a single ABE session can also significantly reduce the stress index and heart rate.
Healthy Psychoactive Therapy
A study led by Dr. David Schwartzman at the University of Sussex suggests that flickering light, like that from a stroboscopic bulb, can induce states of awareness similar to those experienced with psychoactive substances like psilocybin. The research involved measurements of brainwave activity and experiential reports during wakeful rest, a psilocybin experience, and an experience with the Healyan light bulb. The team found that stroboscopic stimulation can potentially serve as an alternative or adjunct method to psychedelic therapy due to its ability to create comparable changes in neural activity and altered phenomenology.
This study conducted by researchers at the University of Southern Santa Catarina examined the impact of Audio-Visual Brain Entrainment (ABE) on the mood and sleep quality of university students. The trial, involving 7 students, involved 20-minute ABE sessions three times a week for six weeks using a BrainTap headset delivering binaural beats and isochronic tones with visual entrainment. Results indicated that ABE significantly improved the sleep quality of the students, however, larger studies are necessary to corroborate these findings and explore the effects of ABE on mood.
Increased Cognitive Thinking
A study conducted at Farmingdale State College investigated the impact of binaural beats, particularly those within the alpha wave range, on working memory capacity (WMC). The experiment consisted of two groups of participants, one experiencing binaural beat stimulation along with the sound of the sea and the other hearing only the sea sound, with their WMC measured before and after stimulation using the OSPAN method. Results revealed that only the binaural beat group demonstrated an improvement in WMC, signifying that alpha wave range binaural beats could potentially enhance cognitive functions.