The Vídeo Loop Feedback Method
Currently, we are developing image research based on the method created by the German ITC researcher Klaus Schreiber, called the "Feedback Loop Method" and its Vidicom System.
With your camcorder (HD or digital camera), already set to a tripod and pointed at the TV, connect the camera using an RCA or HDMI cable, to the TV (audio / video in), and connect the TV to the channel AV, which does not receive any tuning from any broadcaster (our TV is only connected to electricity). A system is created where the image of the screen of the TV captured by the camera, is transmitted immediately by the TV, generating the feedback. We suggest leaving the colorless TV first and test the results. With the camera and TV connected and connected properly, you will see a type of "wave" effect, such as a pulsar, using the Zoom button on the camera.
We change the position of the camera during recording from side to side and try to keep a line diagonal to the TV screen when recording. We add the UV-A (Black Light) and Infrared lamps in front of the TV screen, creating an ionizer field, which, in our case, has favored the formation of the images. The generated images are analyzed later, frame by frame by MPEG Streamclip software. Images taken from movies are cropped when needed, and are treated with filters only to enhance images through the I-Photo or Fotor (application) software.
We recommend everyone who wants to research the technique to shoot for just a few minutes. A maximum of 5 minutes, because the film should be analyzed frame by frame, as the images appear quickly and remain for only a few seconds. The film is analyzed at reduced speed, so 5 minutes turn into 40 minutes of analysis and the images are taken from the original video. It is not necessary to use the same equipment as ours, use the ones you have. But it is necessary to connect to the TV properly and generate the wave or tunnel effect.
The Cross-Video Loop Feedback
Currently, I'm am testing a variation of the Feedback method, which I named Cross-VLF. I use two TVs to do this method by switching between LED + LED and LED + Tube. I also use three video cameras, one to do the feedback (wave effect); the second camera to shoot this Feedback and pull the image to the second TV and a third camera, which can be Infrared, Night Vision or Photography camera, to record.
The method described above was intuited by the Spirits of Roberto Gomes and Ana Luiza, our Timestream Station communicators, after 2 (two) years of incessant research with images on Instrumental Transcommunication, always using the classic Video Loop Feedback from the German ITC researcher Klaus Schreiber.