We wanted to try a new type of ITC device for this episode that was based on changes to EM, Ionization and changes in background radiation.
The primary goal was to create an autonomous device capable of conducting an EVP session by itself.
To keep this portable this ITC device was built around a tablet PC. In addition to the systems ITC functions it also measures temperature, distance to an object, relative humidity, barometric pressure and light levels. We strive to collect multiple streams of data at the same time to collaborate an event.
The device calculates dew point and projects a dark red bar over the temperature scales to alert the user when temperature falls below the dew point. The intent of the dew point readout was to avoid mistaking natural condensation and precipitation for a event.
To make it easier for GAC we added a video projector so the screen could be read at a distance from multiple angles.
The system logs all the data and captures the video feed of the screen so any event can be reviewed and analyzed.
When the system is performing an automated EVP session it logs the audio input and displays in a histogram. Often the histogram will yield clues to an EVP being recorded. The two graphs are showing changes in background radiation and ITC energy levels.
When the device asks an EVP question it also records any response received through the ITC circuit. The EVP session is created.
This device took roughly 75 hours to build, program and test. The frame was constructed from sheet ABS and laser cut acrylic.
The tablet communicates to the sensor head via USB and Bluetooth.