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Wild Divine = home poly
May 5th, 2006 at 6:10pm
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Journey to the Wild Divine is a  PC game that comes with finger sensors that measure galvanic skin response and heart rate. The game is lame, new age nonsense, but additional charting software is available which shows live charting of the GSR and heart rate. A rough approximation of the poly to practice with.
  
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Reply #1 - May 6th, 2006 at 9:35am
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Collectivist,

This is an interesting post ... adds more info to developing an at home polygraph testing suite, very cheaply. Thanks for the post ... all that is missing is the breathing and BP part !!  Thanks for the Info !!

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Reply #2 - May 6th, 2006 at 9:42am
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Here is a link to the website that is marketing this product:

http://www.wilddivine.com/
  

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Reply #3 - May 16th, 2006 at 10:34pm
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I have the wild divine unit.

Works great!  It's going to cost you about $170 for the game and the grapher.

I've learned some very interesting things, especially in regard to the GSR channel.

Two thumbs up!!  PM for more detail.

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Reply #4 - Jun 26th, 2006 at 9:17am
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I bought this program for my sister and her husband last Christmas.  She really wanted it, and she said that it could make you control your thoughts or whatever more easily.  I thought she was daft; she and her husband are into yoga and all this other meditation junk, so I thought I would humor her and get it for her.

Maybe now I need to get a copy for myself... Smiley
  

I think polygraphers escaped among the evils of Pandora's box, which might have been an old analog polygraph... only God can tell whether you're lying or not, and He's got other things on His plate...
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Reply #5 - Jun 26th, 2006 at 6:31pm
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When I was a kid I used to have a bio-feedback machine. It was fun.  You'd hook it up to two fingers, sit still and focus on making a sound go lower.
  
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Reply #6 - Jul 4th, 2006 at 11:21am
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I have a GSR machine, underlying.  It seems to work well... and I have a question about it:

Is the standard $25 BFB machine of this kind adequate to simulate both how and how much a follygraph (oops, polygraph... I keep getting them mixed up) will react to changes in skin conductivity?  It's audio only, btw.  I have spent a few hours with the thing, and on par it seems to work reasonably well compared to how I feel.

Another thing: While hooked to this BFB, I ask myself CQ's and RQ's in their approximate order relative to my own experience therewith, and I space them c. 20 seconds apart.  This to me simulates the test as best as can be done.  Is this a worthwhile pursuit, using a BFB in this manner and working on lowering/raising/steadying the body's response?  Answers requested... Smiley
  

I think polygraphers escaped among the evils of Pandora's box, which might have been an old analog polygraph... only God can tell whether you're lying or not, and He's got other things on His plate...
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Reply #7 - Jul 4th, 2006 at 6:00pm
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I don't know how well your setup may or may not simulate polygraph equipment.  I have been told stories about polygraphers refusing to test someone because they had practiced meditation or some other form of BFB control.  Maybe there's something to it.
  
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Reply #8 - Jul 4th, 2006 at 9:01pm
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underlyingtruth,

A very valid question to our resident polygraphers who haunt our board. Lets see who answers.

Nonombre, retcopper, quickfix  ... etc

Any expounding on how you deal with those folks that may be masters at meditation and yoga ? I am sure that you would have something to say. I bet these folks make you polygraphers a little bit fried !!

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Reply #9 - Jul 6th, 2006 at 5:20am
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EosJupiter wrote on Jul 4th, 2006 at 9:01pm:
underlyingtruth,

A very valid question to our resident polygraphers who haunt our board. Lets see who answers.

Nonombre, retcopper, quickfix  ... etc

Any expounding on how you deal with those folks that may be masters at meditation and yoga ? I am sure that you would have something to say. I bet these folks make you polygraphers a little bit fried !!

Regards ....


Hey Eos,

How are you doin'?  Regarding our friend who has purchased himself a GSR meter, I sincerely wish he has as much fun with his as I have had with mine (Mine is an old antique from the 50's).  It is great fun at parties, social gatherings, etc.

Regards,

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Reply #10 - Jul 6th, 2006 at 6:16am
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Not with a 10 foot pole, apparently.   Grin
  
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