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Mindfield - Your Specialist for Biofeedback and Neurofeedback

Mindfield® Biosystems Ltd. is a manufacturer of biofeedback and neurofeedback devices, wellness products and software.

Our specialties are biofeedback and neurofeedback, modern, scientifically based methods for measuring and regulating various physiological parameters (e.g. muscle activity, pulse, respiration, brain waves, …).

Our profile is supplemented by many years of experience in the field of audiovisual stimulation (AVS, also mind machines / mental trainers).

We offer you information on these topics and our products on our website.

You can order in our online shop!

What actually is biofeedback?

Biofeedback is a modern, scientifically based training method.

With the help of measuring devices and a computer, bodily processes that are not perceived or only imprecisely are reported back and thus made visible and conscious. This can be, for example, muscle tension, pulse, breathing or temperature.

The trainer can use these measurement parameters to give his client more detailed feedback. Through this clear feedback, the client learns to influence physical processes.

Biofeedback with the Mindfield® eSense

Our Mindfield eSense sensors help you to reduce tension and stress and specifically train relaxation using biofeedback. The eSense are all used using a single eSense app and a smartphone or tablet (Android and Apple iOS). The eSense app is included in the price of the sensors. Sie können außerdem die Stream measurement data directly to a PC with our SDK and our eSense Dashboard.

We humans perceive stress and tension differently, so we have summarized which eSense should suit you best in which case:

Which eSense is suitable for what?

The eSense Skin Response measures the skin conductance (skin resistance, EDA).

Choose the Skin Response at:

  • with sweaty hands
  • with worries and distractions
  • in an excited mood
  • in an excited mood
  • with poor impulse control

Learn more… | To the helpdesk…

The eSense Temperature measures the skin temperature.

Select the Temperature at:

  • with cold hands or feet
  • with general stress and tension
  • with weak circulation
  • when tired and restless
  • to increase the depth of meditation

Learn more… | To the helpdesk…

The eSense Pulse measures the heartbeat (heart rate variability, HRV).

Choose the Pulse at:

  • with racing heartbeat, tightness in the chest
  • with chronic stress
  • when you have trouble relaxing
  • with rapid and shallow breathing
  • in the absence of energy
  • for coaching and in sports

Learn more… | To the helpdesk…

The eSense Respiration measures breathing.

Choose the Respiration at:

  • with rapid and shallow breathing
  • with hyperventilation
  • in case of drowsiness
  • to practice abdominal breathing
  • to balance the breathing cycle

Learn more… | To the helpdesk…

The eSense Muscle is able to measure and evaluate this electromyographic activity and transmit it to a device via Bluetooth®.

Use the eSense Muslce to:

  • training the muscles
  • strengthening of the muscles
  • Relaxation of typical stress muscles (forehead, jaw, shoulder, neck)
  • release of tension
  • coordination exercises
  • muscle building

Learn more… | To the helpdesk…

The Mindfield® eSense EEGenius is a new, state-of-the-art EEG device for home neurofeedback training. It was developed specifically for easy, intuitive use by end users after extensive planning and testing.

Use the eSense EEGenius to:

  • Improvement of attention and concentration
  • Improvement of cognitive skills
  • Training of calmness, composure and relaxation
  • Reduction of restlessness and nervousness
  • Improving the quality of sleep

Learn more…

Mindfield in the media

eSense at MBReviews

The Mindfield eSense is a small sensor which actively measures the temperature of the skin relying on the body reaction to stress (e.g. the muscles contract, therefore narrowing the blood vessels…

eSense in eKiwi Blog

Stress can have positive and negative effects. Positive stress, also known as eustress, ensures that we get work done even with busy schedules and are less distracted…

eSense at One Smart Home

What is smart biofeedback, you might ask, and what does that have to do with my blog at all? Not much at first, but as soon as a biofeedback system can be coupled with Philips Hue, it will be interesting for me. Because the connection of Philips Hue has taken the step towards IoT and Smart Home integration. Das eSense Skin Response System…

eSense and Mindmaster at Home & Smart

The human body is a true miracle of communication – it constantly transmits information about the current condition and well-being. Unfortunately, our consciousness does not understand its language. The Berlin start-up Mindfield wants to use physiological measurements (biofeedback) and brain current analyzes (neurofeedback) to help people better understand their bodies….


Our Products at the National Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Association in Budapest

Our products took center stage at the annual trainer meeting of the National Biofeedback and Neurofeedback Association in Budapest over the weekend.

Hosted at the Apor Vilmos University Campus, BioNeuro Medical delivered a captivating lecture that left attendees buzzing with enthusiasm.

To all our partners and supporters, thank you for your unwavering dedication and passion.

Kubios HRV Team Readiness

We have a new product in stock: An innovative software for monitoring readiness based on heart rate variability (HRV).

This advanced tool has been specifically developed for sports and wellness experts to assist athletes or individuals in adjusting their lifestyles and managing occupational stress.

Compatible with our eSense Pulse.

Virtual Reality (VR) (f.i. Meta Quest 3)​

All our eSense sensors and our eSense app also work with VR (virtual reality) glasses. The eSense app can be used as normal, with all its functions. After the one-time setup with SideQuest, no further special adjustments need to be made.

In particular, the graph of the measurement as well as the photos and videos of the biofeedback training can be viewed in impressive detail with the VR glasses.


Article about breath training in BBC

An article in the BBC discusses the benefits of breathing training. A new study found that slow breathing can reduce amyloid plaque formation in the brain. This could be a new approach to preventing Alzheimer’s disease.

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