Seizure trilogy

Magnetic resonance imaging
Absence No 1 Volume
Cryptogenic Electroencephalogram
These three films made with TV CCTV VCR feed back and AF electronics.

The brain is a highly complex structure composed of millions of nerve cells called neurons.
Their activity is usually well organized and they posses mechanisms for self-regulation. The neurons in the brain are responsible for a wide range of functions Including consciousness, awareness, movement and body posture. A sudden temporary interruption in some or all of these functions may be termed a seizure.
Such an event may be caused by some disturbance arising within the brain itself or, more rarely, by an external factor. Many people have a single seizure at some time in their lives, but this does not constitute epilepsy. If an individual has a tendency to experience repeated seizures due to an intrinsic disturbance of neuronal function within the brain, then the term epilepsy’ may properly be used.
It should be remembered that it is not an illness or a disease.
Any person’s brain has the capacity to produce a seizure if the circumstances are appropriate. But most brains are not likely to do this spontaneously and can therefore be said to have a high seizure threshold. A person with a low threshold might develop epilepsy spontaneously without other factors being involved.
In some individuals the existing seizure threshold may be lowered if the brain is subjected to unusual stimulation such as certain frequencies of flickering light, then epilepsy may develop as a consequence.
If you know or fear that they have a low threshold you should consider the possible effects of watching these films as they all include pulsing light of varying frequencies.
We have used a TV monitor and closed circuit TV to create audio visual breakdown analogous to the type of neural breakdown that can be induced by watching