Interchange Laboratories is a corporation of like-minded individuals whose skill sets have joined to develop advanced mind-interface technologies that expand our mental influence and abilities far beyond any current technology.
Applications associated with our mind-interface technologies include communication systems that are non-local and non-temporal, device activation/access and control systems and applications for training people to become proficient at mentally controlling these devices and systems.
In 2002, Bob Plotke and Ted Klouzal began discussions about the efficacy of mentally affecting events at the subatomic level and measuring those effects to produce control data for electronic devices.
Bob combined his abilities in data analysis with Ted’s abilities to design and build electronic systems to produce the first subatomic-source signal that could measure changes in signal coherence, in response to directed mental intention.
At the time, the standard devices used in mind-interface research were Random Number Generators (RNGs). However, RNGs are not capable of controlling functional and practical applications such as prosthetic hands, flight controllers or communication systems. A change away from RNGs was the beginning of a progression of Mind-Interface Processors, advancing steadily with each generation.
Mental intention was found to be most effective when directed toward a device or application receiving the control data rather than toward the subatomic-source signal producing the control data.
One of the first applications was Microsoft Flight Simulator. This was an engaging application that was fun and rewarding as people saw airplanes respond directly to their mental intention.
This bench test MMIP circuit was designed and built, starting in 1995 and used for preliminary testing until 1997.
In 2019, work began on a new signal source for the Mind-Interface Technology. Up until this point, semiconductors were used to produce the subatomic source signals. Even though people were able to operate robot hands and video games from any distance, another subatomic signal source (plasma, the fourth state of matter) was identified. Plasma proved to be more controllable and simpler to process a coherence measure, to be used as the device controlling metric.
A plasma control circuit was developed to stabilize plasma, establishing a steady baseline. Any intention directed toward an application, that is controlled by measured signals derived from the plasma, is immediately reflected in its divergence from the baseline.
This is the first multiple-signal-source MMIP for which our U.S. Patent Number 11181981 was issued on 11/23/2021.
Recent research appears to support memory as a plasma characteristic. Plasma appears to have memory resulting from imprinting of human consciousness into plasma at the subatomic level. Interchange Laboratories is in the early stages of evaluating this memory phenomenon for the purpose of extending the imprinted memory over time and giving rise to a new form of machine intelligence wherein human consciousness plays a major role. Plasma technology could lead to the creation of conscious and self-aware androids.
For over twenty years, Interchange Laboratories, Inc. has been at the forefront of Mind-Interface technologies. We continually advance the technologies and achieve breakthroughs once thought to be impossible. Our patented and patent pending technologies hold the potential to give rise to entirely new industries, transforming human civilization and vastly improving the lives of all individuals.
This is the first plasma-source MMIP.
U.S. Patent Application Number 63/262,871 was filed on 10/21/2021 (not yet published).
Theodore J. Klouzal
Chief Executive Officer
Robert J. Plotke
Chief Operations Officer
Marvin H. Berman, Ph.D
President of Quietmind Fdn.
Quietmind Fdn. is not for profit research and consultation group focusing on advancing the field of noninvasive digital neurotherapeutics and so conducts leading-edge research into emerging models of consciousness and applied clinical neuroscience.
We recognize the profound potential of ILI's technology and are committed to developing both empirical assessment and training protocols to enhance individual competence in the application of MIT technology and facilitation of application development conferences for collegial collaboration on the evolution of conscious intention (CI).
Brandon Sharkey, Founding Director
Creative Way Consultants
With his unique perspective, Brandon uses his role as mindfulness leader to teach and cultivate clarity, compassion, and creativity in an effort to calm the chaos of the mind. Requiring complete nonjudgmental attention in the present moment, Mr. Sharkey provides attendees the invitation to explore, develop and sustain their mindfulness and/or meditation practice.
Mr. Sharkey has been an active member of the meditation community for more than 30 years, teaching teachers, leading groups, and sitting on the board of directors for the Southern California branch of the WCCM (World Community of Christian Meditation). From corporate entities to creative and spiritual endeavors, Mr. Sharkey has gently carved out an essential foundation in the mindfulness space and looks to use the development of advanced mind interface technology to bring all participants to a new level of understanding.
Martin Timms, CEO
Interchange Labs, as the pioneer of Mind Interface technology, has teamed up with Electrozest Limited to push the limits of this groundbreaking technology even further. Our strategic partnership combines Interchange Labs' unrivaled expertise in Mind Interface design and innovation with Electrozest's cutting-edge designs to create an unparalleled collaboration. Together, we are expanding the potential of Mind Interface technology beyond the medical and scientific sectors and into the exciting realms of arts and music.
This partnership has significantly contributed to improving the technology for all sectors and applications. We are revolutionizing the field of Mind Interface technology, revolutionizing the way humans interact and express themselves.