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Vibraimage is physical primary image, which displays features of object movements. There are two base vibraimage components - amplitude vibraimage and frequency vibraimage. Amplitude vibraimage calculates the amplitude of vibration for every pixel of object and frequency vibraimage calculates the frequency of vibration for every pixel of the same object. The nearest physical image type for vibraimage is thermal image. The left picture displays vibraimage with frequency scale, on the right picture the same facial thermal image with temperature scale. Human head vibraimage displays emotions by vestibulo-emotion reflex. Vibraimage of lifeless objects displays mechanical and optical micro vibrations. Human vibraimaging refers to psychophysiology and medical imaging like x-ray, MRI, ultrasound etc. Everybody can use vibraimage products from Psymaker Store.


History At first vibraimage was contacted method and former pictures were received in 1996 by Elsys Corp. (St. Petersburg, Russia) during 3d-pulse development. Then (1997) were received contactless images reflected amplitude of object vibration or movement. The technical principle for vibraimage calculation is video image processing by frame difference accumulation [1]. In 2000 was developed frequency vibraimage processing method and in 2001 was developed external vibraimage or aura-vibraimage technology, combines amplitude and frequency in one image. The main principals of vibraimage technology were described in Vibraimage monograph [2] and medical publications [3]. The application of vibraimage technology as security system was realized on Sochi Olympic Games for 100% checking of about 3000000 visitors [4]. In 2017 were developed vibraimage solutions for education, abilities, HR and personality measurements based on multiple intelligences theory by Howard Garner. Also in 2018 was organized the 1st International Open Science Conference - Modern Psychophysiology [5]. The Vibraimage Technology placed in St. Petersburg, Russia. This conference planned to be regular and combined more science papers in 2019 [6] [7].

Overview It is well known that one of the most informative characteristics of personality and behavior of a person is physiology of activity. The founder of Russian physiology, Ivan Sechenov, argued that each thought has its muscular manifestation. Great Charles Darwin on the basis of the theory of evolution in the book The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals assumed that “reflex actions characterize the expression of emotions.” The founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud considered that “a person has no random movements”. The first Russian Nobel prizewinner Ivan Pavlov, the most famous in the world researcher of reflexes, claimed that all physiological phenomena are determined by two processes of excitation and inhibition. The famous Russian psychophysiologist Nikolai Bernstein who introduced into science the term ‘activity physiology’ found that any movement of a person is discrete and based on biofeedback. A prominent biologist and psychologist of the 20th century, Nobel laureate Konrad Lorenz in his book Aggression (1966) declared that the one who will manage to measure the amplitude and intensity of reflex movements will be able to determine the level of aggression. Brazilian psychologist Emilio Mira y López offered a practical technique of the personality parameters analysis on repeatability of movements (myokinetic diagnostics) as early as in the sixties of the last century. The principles of physiology of activity developed by great scientists formed the basis of modern vibraimage technology, which converts the data of reflex head micromovements to psychophysiological characteristics of a person.


  1. US Patent 7346227, Method and device for image transformation. Viktor Minkin & Alexander Shtam.
  2. Viktor Minkin and Nikolay Nikolaenko (2008), Application of Vibraimage Technology and System for Analysis of Motor Activity and Study of Functional State of the Human Body. Biomedical Engineering, Springer, Vol. 42, No. 4, 2008, pp. 196_200, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10527-008-9045-9.
  3. Viktor Minkin, Vibraimage, Renome publ., 2017
  4. David M. Herszenhorn, Heightened Security, Visible and Invisible, Blankets the Olympics. New York Times, , Feb. 13, 2014.
  5. Viktor Minkin & Yana Nikolaenko, Vibraimage and Multiple Intelligences, Renome publ., 2017.
  6. 1st International Open Science Conference - Modern Psychophysiology. The Vibraimage Technology Conference proceedings.
  7. 2nd International Open Science Conference - Modern Psychophysiology. The Vibraimage Technology Conference proceedings.