The Science Of How Glasses Can

Affect Non-Conscious Behaviour

When light enters the eye, the retina translates light energy into electrical impulses that travel along two pathways to two different destinations in the brain. One pathway, known as the Image-Forming (IF) tract, creates images and pictures that the brain interprets as visual data. The other destination governs non-conscious functions in the body and is known as the Non-Image-Forming (NIF) tract. Autistalline Glasses work by affecting the NIF tract of the brain. 

Approximately ninety percent of the electrical impulses coming from the retina are sent to the visual cortex for IF (Image Forming) tasks. The visual cortex interprets these electrical impulses into visual information such as images, contrast, color, brightness, depth, etc. 

The remaining ten percent of these electrical impulses are sent to the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus is the part of the brain that acts like a relay switching center. Its job is to turn on and off the electrical circuits in the brain which govern behavior and non-conscious functions related to the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS). The ANS is a system that functions unconsciously and regulates body functions such as heart rate, digestion, fear response. 

Autistalline Glasses block a combination of frequencies within the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) which alter the electrical impulses dispersed to the brain. This modified electrical signal is sent to the hypothalamus which triggers the cascading result of beneficial non-conscious reactions in the individual with Autism.

We need more funding to dive into the intricacies of the exact EMS frequencies and how they interact with the Autistic Brain, however, all the scientific elements have been proven about how glasses can alter unconscious reactions in a manner that have nothing to do with vision.

"Most Autism research and therapies are either in genetics or behavior therapy, so thank you for working on something that actually addresses sensory overload. We, the Autistic community have been asking for this for years!"

-Shalev W., Tester

Scientist on Tablet