Why we measure
Make better decisions faster
Just like a flight simulator allows a pilot to see how he may respond to various situations, ZYTO provides information as to how the body may respond to various “situations” or stimuli. These signals are generated using ZYTO software. We call these Virtual Items.
What we measure
When the parts and pieces of a system work in harmony with one another, we call this coherence. The greater a system’s coherence, oftentimes the greater its efficiency. Measuring this signal of cooperation, or the lack thereof, provides understanding about what may increase or decrease efficiency.
How we measure
Just like a doctor uses a stethoscope to listen to a child’s breathing, ZYTO “listens” to the body’s subtle galvanic skin response using the ZYTO Hand Cradle. Through this connection, biocommunication can occur.
Each ZYTO scan begins by measuring the body’s responses to 35 neutral digital signals. The median response to this neutral stimulus becomes the Range, or the parameter of the body’s response to energetic stimulus in general. Once the range is established, the software introduces specific Virtual Items and compares the response to the parameters set in the range.
Evaluate Dynamic Baseline
Your body’s energetic state is constantly changing. For this reason, we measure its coherence before each stimulus is introduced.
The Virtual Item is a unique digital code representing an actual item—a food, product, service, organ, body system, etc. Just like the flight simulator, these items represent “situations” the body may respond to.
The degree of coherence to which your body responds to a Virtual Item is measured using galvanic skin response, or GSR.
Calculate Deviation Ratio
The difference between the response and the baseline is calculated. The resulting calculation is the dR, or deviation ratio:
Responses can be sorted and displayed in a variety of ways to make comparisons and decisions during and after a scan is complete. See “Look for Clues” in the section below.