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The Mm3Win software talks to the Mind Mirror III via the fiber serial cable. For the technically challenged - it needs Microsoft Win 2000/Me/XP with an available serial port.

For the more technically cognizant, it will also run on Windows 98 SE (second edition) and NT 4.0 with the specified memory.

It requires a Pentium processor 333Mhz or faster (or AMD equivalent such as Athelon), with at least 128Mbytes of memory, and 3 Mbyte of disk and a serial "COM1 or COM2" port, but will support any port up to COM9. The software comes on a standard CD so a CD drive is recommended.

We recommend a Pentium II MMX processor or later. The equivalent AMD processor also works.

If the computer doesn't come with a serial COM port then it should have some other means of being able to add a serial COM port. e.g. a USB interface, and purchase a USB to serial COM port. The Mind Mirror fiber modem is 25 pin D type female, and a cable is supplied to convert it to the 9 pin D type female.

On starting up and running the software on a client it could look like this

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The Mind Mirror patterns are displayed with the frequencies to the left. The colour changes for the frequency groupings from Beta, Alpha, Theta and Delta

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All screen shots may be copied and then pasted into any other document (such as Word).

In addition there is a history view of the data that has been recorded.

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The history view can be re-sized, scaled to the window and the cursor moved - the MM Display window displays what is at the cursor position. In the above snapshot, the cursor is at the position that is shown in the first window.