Research and Development

Open Hardware

Plasma Research works for the advantage of life and not for the advantage of patent offices, therefore the open hardware thought is supported. Plasma Research provides with pleasure all nescessary information, which are required for the creation of plasmatic fields and the research. The motors for the current release come from Conrad (well known big electronics discounter in german speaking area) and have 27.7mm outer diameter and 2.3mm drive shafts. They are standard flight model motors. The tubes connecting the edge pieces (motorholders) have 12mm diameter. Keep in mind you can make your starformation as big as you want ;-)

For everyone having a 3D Printer there is good news, you can print your starformation for free! The GCODE files are for the Ultimaker 2+ printer with 0.4mm filament width. For other printers, you can convert the provided STL files into your printers format. There is just one humble request: Please send back a picture of you with your starformation to me! A short experience report is very much appreciated too. Thank you.

Download Starformation 3D Files - Release 20171120

For hardcore developpers the AutoCAD Files are available too. If you are interessted in them, please write a mail to tom@plasmaresearch.ch .

Research goal 1: Starformation for every platonic solid (2 of 5 complete)

Starformations zu jedem platonischen K├Ârper herstellen und die unterschiedlichen Feldstrukturen analysieren. Sponsoren willkommen :)

Create a starformation for every platonic solid (and the special one from Buckminster :) Compare the different field geometries and find out how they interact.

Research goal 2 (complete)

Creation of a solar system wide plasmatic field with the structure of the flower of life.

Research goal 3: Measurement of plasma fields (complete)

Because light is a form of plasma too, it can be used to measure plasmatic fields. Huge thanks go to Markus Schmieke, the inventor of the beautiful device called TimeWaver. It operates with a Kozyrev mirror, laser with noise generator and a laser diode and some interface electronics to hook up the sensor to the PC.

Because light is a form of plasma too, it can be used to measure plasmatic fields. Huge thanks go to Markus Schmieke, the inventor of the beautiful device called TimeWaver. It operates with a Kozyrev mirror, laser with noise generator and a laser diode and some interface electronics to hook up the sensor to the PC.

Measurement 1: Starformation is loaded with the double cores, but not hooked up to the power supply.

Measurement 2: Starformation is loaded with the double cores, and is hooked up to the power supply, and the power supply is connected with the socket (ground), but not switched on.

Measurement 3: Starformation is loaded with the double cores, and is hooked up to the power supply, and the power supply is connected with the socket (ground), and is switched on. The double cores rotate now.

Measurement 4: Realtime mesurement: Starformation is loaded with the double cores, and is hooked up to the power supply, and the power supply is connected with the socket (ground), and is switched on. The double cores rotate now. The owner of the TimeWaver has never seen such fast change in the values. In this mode, it is possible to measure the impules sent by a soul into the fields.Link to video

Research goal 4: Measurement of plasma fields (open)

Another measurement device was invented by Nikolai Kozyrev, it works pure mechanical and not with light. It would be very cool if someone in the community could replicate it.

To eliminate the breakaway torque, the wooden rod has to be vibrated. A small out of balance motor shoud be sufficient for that. The little metallic rod will then point to the plasma field source.