With 10 years of professional experience behind us, we feel that the time has come to set up a knowledge centre, thanks to which we developed our own EEG neurofeedback devices based on our creative ideas. We are expanding the range of entertaining programmes at events hosted in Hungary, and at international events.


We not only invent our new scientific, entertaining devices, but also implement them ourselves. When developing our devices, the unique idea and impressive look is just as important as branding and custom tailoring to the particular company. We even cater for special demands: our creativity is endless.

The special brain-controlled devices become a prominent feature of any event attracting a large crowd of visitors, since they are not known in Hungary in 90% of the cases.

Neurofeedback technology

EEG neurofeedback is a technology developed to exploit the abilities of our brain better and more effectively. Our devices make it possible to learn how to “exercise” our brain, thereby exploiting its functions more intensely, similarly to the physical training of our body.

Neurofeedback is actually biofeedback, that is, the feedback of the brainwaves, since we are incapable of identifying them consciously. However, if we see our brainwaves on the computer screen (thus making them conscious), we get the opportunity to be able to influence and change them. By observing our brainwaves, we actually create our own best relaxation or concentration technique.

The combination of a fully aroused and concentrated mind and a fully relaxed physiological state is needed to reach peak performance. Professional athletes and executives “function” best when they reach this state of equilibrium.

Our brainwaves

Austrian psychiatrist Hans Berger discovered brainwave activity in 1908. He was the first to register electric brain waves, which he named the alpha wave rhythm. He only published this in 1918. Subsequently, thanks to intense research conducted worldwide, the beta, theta and delta brain waves were also discovered. Brain waves have various frequencies (wavebands). “EEG wavebands” is their classical name and they are measured in hertz (Hz), namely:

  • Beta and Gamma brainwaves (over 12 Hz) are associated with mental, intellectual activity and concentration. This is generally a state of strong focus and arousal.
  • Alpha brainwaves (8-12 Hz) are associated with relaxation and generally characterise the resting state of the brain, which is a relaxed, inactive, waiting state.
  • Theta brainwaves (3-8 Hz) represent the state of dreaming. Theta brainwave activity is an extremely relaxed, calm state between a state of arousal and sleeping.
  • Delta brainwaves (0.2-3 Hz) are the slowest and have the most intensive amplitude. They are associated with sleeping.
  • All brainwave types are always present to a certain extent in each one of us.

What is neurofeedback technology user for?


EEG neurofeedback devices help identify the neurological and psychiatric symptoms of epilepsy, head injuries, tumours and infections. The latest EEG registration and assessment techniques open the opportunity to “map the brain”, i.e. record the state of the brain in real time.


Numerous international studies have proven that the error statistics of students that took part in EEG biofeedback training improved significantly when taking exams, which was equally true of the fields requiring imagination, music skills and stylistic precision.


Both a concentrated mind in a fully aroused state and a completely calm and relaxed physical state is required to reach peak performance. Numerous athletes, i.e. top class football, basketball and ice hockey players use EEG neurofeedback devices to improve their performance, concentration ability, reduce stress levels and increase body awareness.

Players have to spend 20 minutes after training in rooms specifically set up for them, equipped with various EEG neurofeedback devices. During this “mental training” they practice how to be better focused and how to tune their peak performance to the ideal state of the brain, for example in a decisive goal-scoring opportunity.

Everyday use

Practicing using EEG neurofeedback devices increases the ability to focus and concentrate, improves the memory and reduces impulsiveness, tension, anxiety and mood swings. We are also able to make use of this during our routine day-to-day work and private life.

For what events do we recommend our devices?

Conferences, medical congresses

Events at stands, road shows

Company events, Christmas parties


Side events at dinners


Contact us if you are interested in the development of the unique EEG neurofeedback device or have any questions!