Biological organisms possess the ability to communicate with each other outside the realms of perception and measurement (biocommunication).
Instrumental biocommunication is the technique of building a physical device in such a way that it can simulate a biological system. The result: it can now receive information from other biological systems or pass it on to other systems.
The interfaces that enable a computer to communicate with biological systems are based partly on diodes that generate white noise and partly on a process similar to the entanglement of twin photons.
The areas of application for this technology are practically unlimited. QUANTEC® is currently the only device worldwide that has so successfully come to grips with these phenomena, long known to quantum physics, that they can purposefully be used in biocommunication.