Bio-Well is a revolutionary tool based on Electro-Photonic Imaging or Gas Discharge Visualization technique (Kirlian effect) made specially for express-assessment of the energetic state of a person. Interpretation of the scans is based on Acupuncture points concept, Auyrveda and many scientific and clinical researches made throughout 20 years. It is fast, visual, reliable and easy to use.
Bio-Well has been developed by an international team led by Dr. Konstantin Korotkov and brings the powerful technology known as Gas Discharge Visualization technique to market in a more accessible way than ever before. The product consists of a desktop camera and accompanying software that can get energy readings of the Environment and BioClip scans.
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 an electronic emission. The electrons emission stimulates gas discharge (glow) that is captured by the video camera and then translated and transmitted back in graphical representations for further analysis.
The image, which we create in Bio-Well instrument, is based on idea of Acupuncture points concept and verified by 20 years of clinical experience by hundreds of practitioners with many thousands of patients. The scanning process is quick, easy and non-intrusive… do it daily for best results! Get real time feedback on what factors – positive and negative – affect your stress and energy state. With the Bio-Well Sputnik accessory measure environment and object energies too! Bio-Well is not a medical instrument. It provides an impression of your energy and stress levels and allows users to see their day-to-day transformation and the influence of different situations and stiDuring the late 19th century, long before digital cameras or even photographic film were commonplace, photography and electrics were both cutting-edge fields that fascinated millions.
It is worth noting that both of these technologies were largely limited to scientific research at the time. The average amateur could simply not afford the immense cost nor the technical know-how required to dabble in photography or in complex electrical circuitry.

The Origins of Kirlian Photography
The very first examples of what some might call Kirlian photography appeared towards the very end of the 19th century. In multiple experiments, scientists managed to recreate photographs using high-voltage electrical energy. These would be dubbed ‘electrographs‘ by the year 1889, long before that term began being used in reference to modern EKG scans.
However, the real history of Kirlian photography does not begin until later, during the 1930s. During that time, a Soviet electrician with a passion for his field named Semyon Kirlian was heavily invested in the kind of research that his role model Nikola Tesla had pursued already a generation prior. That is, the almost magical quest to represent electrical energy fields in pictures.
In 1939, Kirlian and his wife visited Krasnodar Hospital in Russia to observe the then-radical treatment of a patient by means of a high-frequency electrotherapy device.
Electrotherapy is a standard practice nowadays. But during Semyon Kirlian’s time, it was a rare cutting-edge practice that aroused curiosity in many.
During the visit, they both noted the visible glow that appeared when the electrodes came close to touching the patient’s skin. This is what is nowadays known as a corona discharge.
The startling appearance of this phenomenon made Kirlian and his wife curious. Soon, they looked to find out how to document his electrical discharge in pictures.
With time, they perfected a technique whereby anyone could take photographs of electrical coronal discharge on a standard photographic plate.
The story of Kirlian photography does not end there. Some would say it only begins quite a bit later
Throughout the 40s and 50s, Semyon Kirlian and his wife engaged in increasingly complex and controversial experiments seeking to elevate the potential of their craft to ever greater heights. With increased press attention throughout the Soviet sphere came greater interest from enthusiasts.
Soon enough, a great movement of ‘Kirlians’ emerged.
From this point forward, Kirlian photography became strongly associated with paranormal research into fields such as energy healing and parapsychology
The Kirlians engaged in numerous attempts to demonstrate that photographs taken with the Kirlian method indeed showed some kind of life force or living aura. One of these, dubbed the torn leaf experiment, would go down in history.

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