A microprocessor inside the Mind Lamp™ monitors the output of an internal REG (random event generator), looking for statistical patterns. These patterns are used to adjust the red, green, blue, and white color balances of a set of high-power LEDs.
The result is a rich and fascinating color display, as the Mind Lamp™ moves between deep hues of red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple, and magenta, depending on the behavior of the REG.
Because of the Mind Lamp's™ technology, its behavior is not predetermined. The behavior of the lamp is ultimately driven by probabilities derived from the nanoscopic realm, where the rules of determinism can be very different.
But the most interesting feature of the Mind Lamp™, is the significant evidence that probabilistic systems (like its internal REG) can be influenced by the human mind. In other words, that our minds (our intention, thought, emotion, and the subconscious processes) can influence the colors of the lamp.