Archive for Lightframes

2 Examples of InnerQuest Lightframes

Back in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s IQ International, also known as InnerQuest, manufactured some excellent light and sound mind machines. Of course the available technology was primitive compared with today, plus at the time red LEDs for light frames was the first and only choice for the light stimulation. Of course all that changed, but here are two pictures of IQ International light frames that were common…

Notice the two LED positioning of the light frame on top and the ‘light intensity wheel’ for adjusting the brightness for the light frames on the bottom. The top light frame was used with the IQ 9110 and the light frame with the light intensity wheel was used with the IQ Jr light and sound brainwave frequency mind machine.


Multicolor & Viewhole Lightframe Guides

The following light frame guides are for the Multicolor and Viewhole eyesets manufactured by Mindalive, Inc. for sale by

Multicolor Eyeset Manual

Viewhole Eyeset Manual

Posted with permission by Mindalive, Inc. (2017)


View Holes

View Holes


Most light and sound brainwave entrainment devices are used with your eyes closed, but there are many situations when having your eyes open during a session can be advantageous. This is when open-eyed lightframes, known as View Holes, come in quite handy.

View Hole lightframes have been around since the mid-90’s and can be used with the DAVID Smart, Delight, Delight Plus, Delight Pro, Alert and Alert Pro mind machines manufactured by Mind Alive, Inc.

Omniscreen Viewholes began selling View Hole lightframes since their first introduction for all kinds of applications. Examples include using them in conjunction with EEG Neurofeedback training, computer work, reading, for meditation, yoga, working out at the gym, in weight rooms, and are surprisingly popular at Raves. I suppose I’m really not that surprised considering what many of my rave-going customers use them for.

What I like about these View Hole lightframes by Mind Alive is how well built they are. There are some really cheap looking open-eye lightframes out there that pale in comparison to the View Holes. View Holes are sturdy with solid construction, have white overlays covering the LEDs that are situated around the periphery of your vision and are made to last, especially with everyday use. And their cost is minimal, only $20 more than the normal closed-eye lightframe variety.

So if you are looking for that extra edge, whether it is for academics, athletics or for accessing deeper states of consciousness during meditation, consider purchasing View Hole lightframes for your mind machine. They offer a whole new experience in light and sound brainwave stimulation.

Copyright: Michael Landgraf (CA) 2016. All rights reserved.