The OmniBrain is a sound-light relaxation system and can best be described as a “spa for your brain.”

The OmniBrain w@pp works seamlessly with the Omnium1 to help melt away stress, improve oxygen circulation to your brain, deepen your ability to enjoy relaxing, restorative sleep, and naturally improve emotional balance without drugs or side effects. These benefits are achieved through a process called Brainwave Entrainment.

What is Brainwave Entrainment?

Brainwave entrainment refers to the brain‘s electrical response to rhythmic sensory stimulation such as pulses of sound or light.

When the brain is given a stimulus, either through the ears, eyes or other senses, it emits an electrical charge in response. This electrical charge is called a Cortical Evoked Response and it travels throughout the brain to become what you see and hear.

When presented with a rhythmic stimulus, such as a drum beat for example, the brain reproduces this rhythm in the form of these electrical impulses. If the rhythm becomes fast and consistent enough, it can start to resemble brainwaves, the natural internal rhythms of the brain. When this happens, the brain responds by synchronising to this rhythm. This is referred to as the Frequency Following Response (FFR).

Binaural Beats

The OmniBrain features binaural beats.

Binaural beats are an auditory effect created in the brain when two tones of slightly different frequencies are played separately into each ear. For example, playing a tone of 400 Hz in the left ear and 410 Hz in the right ear creates a fluctuation of 10 Hz, which is then detected by the brain.

The difference between these two frequencies creates a third sound, below the threshold of human hearing. This binaural frequency can still be detected by the brain as a slight pulsing or beating sound, known as binaural “beats”, and it responds to this by adjusting its dominant frequency to match the frequency of the beating sound by way of the frequency following response.

Setting up the OmniBrain

The OmniBrain application can be accessed either by selecting the “OmniBrain” w@pp directly on your Omnium1 system or by selecting the “iMRS One” w@pp and then by selecting the “options” menu. The OmniBrain colour settings can be controlled from here via the touchscreen slider controls and the “goggles” and “music” components can also be switched on or off.

OmniBrain Colour Guide

The OmniBrain uses the three main primary colours (Red, Green and Blue) and there are various combinations of these that can be used…

  • Morning


Provides a stimulating effect and can be best used first thing in the morning to help boost energy levels.

  • Noon


Provides a balancing effect and can work particularly well during the day to help promote emotional stability.

  • Night


Provides a calming effect which can be very effective when applied prior to sleep.

How to use:

  • Morning: Up to 100% Brightness

Using the OmniBrain on the red light setting can help to increase energy and alertness.

(255, 0, 0 )

Other suggested colours:

(255, 255, 0 )

(255, 69, 0 )

(255, 140, 0 )

(255, 165, 0 )

(154, 205, 50 )

  • Noon: Up to 100% Brightness

Using the OmniBrain on the green light setting can help you to rebalance, promoting clarity of thought and reducing stress.

(0, 255, 0 )

Other suggested colours:

(173, 255, 47 )

  • Evening: 50% to 75% Brightness

Using the OmniBrain on the green light setting can help you to relax and unwind after the events of a busy day.


(0, 255, 0 )

Using the OmniBrain on the blue light setting can deepen this sense of relaxation, in preparation for a good nights sleep.


(0, 0, 255 )

  • Night: 25% to 50% Brightness

Using the OmniBrain on the blue light setting prior to bed can help prepare you for a great nights sleep.

(0, 0, 255 )

Other suggested colours:

(138, 43, 226 )

(75, 0, 130 )

(148, 0, 211 )

(238, 130, 238 )

Our OmniBrain user guide has been designed to help you get the most out of using the OmniBrain system. To find out more please visit


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