LIDA Machine Revival – Jen Kutler

LIDA Machine Revival is based on soviet mind control technology from the 1980’s. Developed originally by Soviet Armenian scientists, it’s original purpose was to treat mental health patients for anxiety, depression and schizophrenia. It was later taken by the soviet…

LIDA Machine Revival - Jen Kutler

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LIDA Machine Revival is based on soviet mind control technology from the 1980’s. Developed originally by Soviet Armenian scientists, it’s original purpose was to treat mental health patients for anxiety, depression and schizophrenia. It was later taken by the soviet military for experiments in in mind control and futuristic weaponry. The LIDA Machine Revival consists of a dual 40MHz voltage controlled oscillator, frequency multiplier, RF amplifiers and two hand wound antennas. In addition, there is a light component of low frequency flashing. Sending audio signals into the modulation input of the frequency multiplier acts as an AM modulator and the “listener” can perceive the signals in their mind without any speaker or air transducer. The instrument can be played with oscillators, complex waveforms and everything in between. It subscribes to the traditional systems of music — consonant tones produce a feeling of calmness and dissonant tones create a sense of uneasiness and tension. The listener sits or stands with their head between the two coils, one emitting 40MHz RF signal and the other emitting the AM modulated audio with a carrier of 40MHz. The lights are displayed a few feet from their eyes and they can witness musical compositions demodulated in their mind. Safety warning: Anyone sensitive to blinking lights such as epileptics should not be present for a demonstration or performance of the LIDA Machine Revival.

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