What is GDV Camera?
GDV Camera is a software and hardware (optoelectronic device) for registration energy field. GDV (Gas Discharge Visualisation), EPC, EPI (ElectroPhotonic Imaging), GDV/EPC, Kirliangraphy, Kirlian photography, Bioelectrography, Electrophotonics, Crownscopy, etc.
GDVCAMERA was created in Russia, in 1995 by group of technicians, engineers and programmers: Alexander Laptev, Konstantin Korotkov, Alexander Kuznetsov, Boris Krylov, Olga Belobaba.
THE TECHNOLOGY: GDV TECHNIQUE
GDV Technique is the computer registration and analysis of electro-photonic emissions of different objects, including biological (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. The images are then mapped to different organs and systems of the body, tapping into Chinese energy meridians.