High Vibration Resonance Technology (HVRT)


The High Vibration Resonance Technology (HVRT) is defined as "a combination of sounds and information that can be condensed in music, configured in bands of different frequencies, whose purpose is to generate a neuro-vibration that stimulates the brain in its perceptual integration zones. to achieve a synchrony of synaptic firing and new neural networks (neuroplasticity) that benefit diverse processes such as learning  (Theory of Hebb-Kandel's Mechanical Learning Mechanism) and stress control (brain waves of Berger)”.

Neurovibration is a subdivision of neurophysiology and the neuro-electrophysiology of perception. It is captured by the 5 senses and by the series of interceptors (receptors of the visceral organs)..


In the case of  HVRT it generates a neurostimulation by somatic-auditory vibration, transmitted by means of a sound wave, with the following advantages:


The transmission speed which is 338 meters per second (speed of sound).

Coverage, expands in space.


Neurostimulation is captured by two of the five senses to stimulate the brain:



Auditory. From the ear it passes to the temporal lobe (hearing).

Kinesthetic. From the skin it passes to the parietal lobe (sensory perception) by an effect called somatosensory.



Neologism formed by roots of Greek and Latin. It is composed of σώμα, σώματος (pr. Sóma, sómatos) with the meaning of body, matter. And sensory that is formed by sensus, sensus that means sense, sensibility, sensation; plus the suffix -arius / -aris meaning relationship or belonging and by the suffix -al to which it refers relative to. Therefore, its etymological concept is related to what belongs to the sensitivity of the body.

Effect of the High Vibration Resonance Technology (HVRT)


(Functional magnetic resonance) Prevail a multiple activation in post-middle regions of both brain hemispheres, active points are highlighted in right and left hemispheres that corresponds to the auditory process, the verbal memory and it’s long term enhancer with deviations to the afferents of the limbic system (emotional processing).

Dr. Hans Oleg Olvera


With non-classical music (Beta)


With non classical music. A low activation on both brain hemispheres prevail, one active point is highlighted (yellow circle) in the left hemisphere corresponding to the auditory process.

Dr. Hans Oleg Olvera


With classical music (Alfa-Theta)


With classical music. Prevails an activation of the post-middle region of the temporal lobe in both hemispheres that corresponds to the auditory process and the long term memory process in the case of stimulatory repetition.

Dr. Hans Oleg Olvera


Dr. Hans Oleg Olvera


Researcher in chief and founder member of the NEBRI institute

The brain neuro-stimulation that is achieved through the somatic-auditory vibration configured with High Vibration Resonance Technology (HVRT) can have the following scope:






I am going to present you the livelihoods and scientific references of  High Vibration Resonance Technology (HVRT) and why it is a tool that benefits learning processes and stress control - Arturo Niño Solís. "

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