Thanks for many users’ feedback and John’s hard work, we released a new version of Spooky2 software (20190116) with many groundbreaking changes. One of the most popular one among these changes is Baseline.
What is Baseline?
Baseline is a super cool feature that allows you to determine the signal over biofeedback scan when no sample is detected.
Why do you need Baseline?
Baseline could disregard electrical noises, Wi-Fi signals and any other issues that may affect your scan and make your scan results even more accurate.
Here is why Baseline could achieve that. When you want to do a biofeedback scan with TENS Pads, stick the two pads together during Baseline. If it’s sample digitizer scan, put no samples during Baseline. As you can see, the only difference between the baseline and the actual scan afterwards would be the human body (or the sample).
Where could you find this new feature?
Go to Control tab, and you could see this in the biofeedback scan panel.
How do you use Baseline?
Step 1: Do a Baseline Scan
1. For TENS scan, stick two pads together.
For Sample Digitizer scan, put no sample in the Sample Digitizer.
2. Go to Presets tab, click >Biofeedback and choose the preset according to your scan device. For example, I want to use TENS Pads to do a fast scan.
Go to Control tab, click overwrite generator and choose your generator for scan.
Then click Baseline button in the biofeedback scan panel.
Baseline takes the same time as a scan. Because that is what it is.
Step 2: Do Biofeedback Scan
1. For TENS scan, stick two pads where you want to scan.
For example, if you want to scan your kidneys, please place two pads separately on two sides of your body.
For more information about how to stick pads, please see this blog:
For Sample Digitizer scan, put the sample in the Sample Digitizer.
2. When Baseline scan is completed, click scan to start your biofeedback scan.
- This feature can’t be used in Pulse scan.
- Don’t change any parameters after Baseline.
For more new features, please see this blog:
Have you used this new feature yet? How do you feel? What is your favorite change in this update? Comment below and share your thoughts with us!