Lease Pulsar for Your SCIO Device
In order to fund updates and continuous work on the software, we feel a subscription service is a more fair exchange of energy or effort, as opposed to the one-off payments other software providers have asked for in the past. Just like Netflix or Amazon Prime, you get what you pay for if it’s a constant stream of energy (or money) flowing into the development team. This helps support us in bug fixes, patches, compatibility with new Windows Operating Systems that roll out, and more.
90-Day Free Trial Period
We are a small team, and extremely busy doing very important work. Please only accept the free trial if you are genuinely interested in running Pulsar on your SCIO. It is also available for Nucleus and Ed.X devices manufactured by Quantum Medical Limited in Romania.
The trial period length is currently 90 days, but is subject to change at any time.
During the free trial, ALL programmes and subspace background programmes are available; nothing is restricted or off-limits.
Terms & Conditions
If you’ve already started your free trial period, it will not be shortened.
If you attempt to “crack” or hack into the software to steal code, your license will be revoked and we will refuse to continue doing business with you.
You can use the Pulsar software for personal or commercial use, however, we do not take responsibility for your actions. We will not be held liable for any malpractice or mistakes you make in rendering your treatments or therapy sessions on the Pulsar software.
If you’d like training, please contact Malvina Anninou or join one of her free webinars hosted regularly, or join the short, weekly Questions & Answers Call with Kasey Naví Phifer by emailing her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also watch recordings of past webinars held on the Pulsar software.
Sacred Economics & Fairness in Price
After the free trial period, Pulsar is offered at three different price tiers or “set-your-own-price” if you’re feeling abundant and would like to support more development. This is our way of being able to help practitioners in 3rd world countries on low income as well as those in 1st world countries earning quite well. Because we all have the same goal of helping patients and clients in our community, we aim to be as flexible as possible in meeting everyone where they are at.
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Computer Technical Specifications Needed for Pulsar
If you want to install Pulsar, you’ll need a laptop or desktop computer running:
- Windows Vista / 8 / 10 / 11
- 4GB RAM are a minimum for running the main therapy window in the Pulsar software. If you want to run two or three subspace programmes (such as Disease Dictionary and 3D Body Viewer) then 8 GB RAM are recommended. But if you want to run all 4 or 5 subspace background programmes then you’d be advised to have at least 16 GB RAM.
- Intel dual core processor i3 at the very minimum
- Video Card: Intel HD 3000 or better, minimum 256 MB video RAM. Anything less will simply mean that the graphics do not display as clearly. It will not affect the performance of the software or effectiveness of the therapy
- Storage (Hard Drive, or C: Disk): At least 40 GB available — most computers come with 250GB installed as a minimum
Note: Hard Drive Disks that are not supported: RAID, SCSI, flash drives like USB sticks or external hard drives.
Solid State Drives (SSDs) are fine as long as they are installed as the main C:/ drive. I actually prefer them, as I don’t need to run as many disk cleanups / defragmentations as with older motherboards.
- Screen resolution: 1920 x1080 display resolution or higher
- Connection port: USB 2.0 or 3.0
No Communications Port Configuration
Good news! Using your SCIO with Pulsar is easier than with other software from other providers. Your SCIO device can be plugged into any USB port; it does not have to be the same USB port each time. Pulsar will automatically detect whether the USB port is configured to COM4, which it uses for communications. If the SCIO is not detected, a window will automatically pop up and give you step-by-step instructions on how to check the COM port in the Windows Device Manager.
Check Whether Your SCIO Is Compatible with Pulsar
Before installing Pulsar, we should check whether your SCIO device (from any manufacturer) is compatible with Pulsar. To check this, we have a small tester file that we can send you. Please email us at email@example.com and we will send you the Tester .exe file via WeTransfer. Simply download it, run the .exe file with your SCIO plugged into the computer and switched on, and you’ll know whether you can run Pulsar on your SCIO.