Christopher Oliver and Micheal Landgraf Resurrect BrainMachines.com Web Portal Dedicated to Light and Sound Machines, Binaural Beats and Brainwave Technology

Christopher Oliver and Michael Landgraf Debut Reinvented BrainMachines.com web portal with reviews of light and sound machines, binaural beats and brainwave technology information

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We are excited to resurrect BrainMachines.com and give it a new purpose. Brainmachines was once a beacon of information on the web and we aim to restore it to its former glory and beyond

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 16, 2012

Christopher Oliver and Micheal Landgraf resurrect reinvented BrainMachines.com web portal dedicated to light and sound machine reviews, binaural beats and current information about new an emerging brainwave entrainment technologies.

For several years the once prolific brainmachines.com has been dormant, simply forwarding to sister site mindmachines.com. BrainMachines.com has been online since the 1990s providing information about smart supplements, light and sound machines, and other technologies. This relaunch of brainmachines.com emphasizes reviewing light and sound mind machines and binaural beat entrainment audio sessions.

Christopher Oliver, co-owner, says, "We are excited to resurrect BrainMachines.com and give it a new purpose. Brainmachines was once a beacon of information on the web and we aim to restore it to its former glory and beyond!".

The brainmachines website will curate select content from past issues of the AVS Journal, the largest publication dedicated to the light and sound machine industry, as well as from well known bloggers of the insu the mind machine community.

"Brain Machines is an old and venerated name in the AVS community. We are very pleased to be bring it back online. As a place where users can read reviews and learn about the latest advances in brainwave technology it will be filling a much needed void. We also plan to expand the scope of the site later in 2012. I am also happy to say that AVS Journal articles will be featured on the site thanks to an agreement with the MindMachines.com board of trustees.", says Michael Landgraf, publisher of the AVS Journal.

The AVS Journal is a semi-annual publication directed at the brainwave entrainment industry recently acquired by MindMachines.com. It contains articles written by the most well-known individuals involved in the AVS industry from inventors, manufactures to clinicians.

Brainmachines.com is a web portal dedicated to reviewing light and sound machines, also known as "brain machines" and providing information about binaural beats and other brainwave technologies. For more information please visit their website at brainmachines.com