Biocommunication Timeline

ZYTO is founded on scientific principles that originate from Traditional Chinese Medicine, physiology, and alternative medicine. This timeline illustrates the key advancements throughout the years.

2000 B.C.

Traditional Chinese Medicine established

100 B.C.

First documented use of acupuncture modality

1849

Emil du Bois-Reymond discovers that skin is electrically active

1888

Charels Fere demonstrates that skin resistance can change based on emotional stimulation

1889

Dr. Ivane Tarkhnishvili develops meter to observe electrical potential of the skin in real time

1901

Willem Einthoven invents the first practical electrocardiogram (ECG), a biofeedback device

1924

Hans Berger discovers that the brain produces a small electric current

1930

French acupuncturists start experimenting with electrical properties of the ski

1932

G. Diestsh pioneers what would later become quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG)

1939

Leonarde Keeler adds galvanic skin response detection to the polygraph machine

1953

Dr. Reinhard Voll creates first electrodermal screening device and develops EAV

1958

Scientists begin studying biofeedback and its effects

1964

Dr. George Goodheart establishes the practice of applied kinesiology

1970

EAV devices are introduced into the United States

1980

Engineers begin to computerize the EAV process

1984

Sharry Edwards pioneers the study of Human BioAcoustic Biology

1988

Sharry Edwards pioneers the study of Human BioAcoustic Biology

1988

Dr. Vaughn R Cook develops the first FDA-registered computerized EAV system

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