ARV Studio ver2.4 - Reduces ARV misses up to 10% and reduces poor pairing by 90%



After 3.5 years of collecting and analysing over 600 ARV trials data - a new ARV Studio 2.4 version is released which reduces ARV (Associative Remote Viewing) misses up to 10%, makes ARV sessions easier to analyse by 40% and reduces poor target pairing by 90%.
Reducing ARV misses also implies reducing money loss (up to 10% for fixed wager amounts) while wagering on ARV predictions.

In new version photo target pool is expanded from 1100 to 1200 photo files.

How is ARV Studio reducing misses and poor pairing and making judging sessions easier?

After observing numerous poor ARV target pairings cause session judging/analyzing to be more difficult and thus putting judges into a tough decision making position, the author has created a powerful ARV pairing algorithm called ARVOPTIMAL to create conditions to be able perform at optimal ARV accuracy level ('hit-rate') reflecting the remote viewer's current skill level and experience.
Poor target pairing is a significant factor creating unwanted judging/analysing difficulties and frustration and producing ARV misses.

Along with other factors, a poor quality binary ARV pair is considered:
*When both photo targets include identical gestalt or element like: water, natural element, human/animal, building and other. This kind of pairing is not such a problem for a viewing part of the process, but it's causing difficulties for the judge who is trying to determine which of two targets is a better match for the remote viewing session.
*When one target's complexity and visual/physical entropy is not equal to other target's complexity and entropy.
*When targets are of poor resolution or have blurred or cut off parts thereby not allowing unambiguous identification of what the target actually is.

ARV Studio software eliminates such factors and has threefold benefits:
a) Poor target pairing is reduced by 90% with built-in ARVOPTIMAL algorithm
b) As a result of a) judging process is much easier (up to 40%), as well as prediction calls
c) ARV misses are reduced up to 10% as a result of 1) ARVOPTIMAL algorithm and 2) elimination of identical elements present in both targets

ARV misses are reduced up to 10% in comparison to usual pairing techniques which can produce good quality pairs but also up to 50% of problematic & poor quality pairs. ARV Studio software is packaged with only the best quality target pairings in ever improving target pairing algorithm which ensures dissimilar and opposite targets.

Creating a quality target pair takes time and patience and requires a certain level of experience based on years of observing ARV misses and suffering money loss due to poor pairings. ARV Studio enables you to create a quality binary photo pair with a single click, leaving you out of the pairing process so you can focus on your remote viewing session knowing that the software selected the target pair for you in an optimal way.

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Fab, I know this is a sold item but last I checked you had a free version, so it's fine to post on it here -- I hope some people get some great use of this update.

Humorously, much of what was known in in 1995 when RV 'went more public' could have been incorporated into all best-practice ARV work since then (saving your evolving-to that point) but apparently information is only useful if people actually want to know it. :)

The software that Ed May gave me a copy of back in the day, and it was dated even then, for example has all the potential tasks grouped by category (and they are all with the 'moderate target pool bandwidth') and the system chooses from diff categories. So for example the target and any decoy would not both have a focus on a bridge, as a simple example; that's a category.

Despite this, it's amazing (and hilarious) how, as there are "limited forms and dynamics in our reality" (especially when nothing is to scale), completely different things can have similar profiles in data. Not too surprising who's ever tried to judge that approach of ARV I suppose...



Yes, there is free version (full functional demo version) and more and more folks using it. Some did spontaneously mentioned to me having success (making money) using it.

I do hope LOL I incorporated known ARV best practices and most are by recommendations found in community from Ed May and his work with Joe McM using their software (I also used) and some targeting tips from John Kruth (Rhine). Some of all these are like:
- use of independent judge and seeing only the actualized feedback photo (however I also implemented self-judging for those who want to use that mode);
- closing feedback loops (first get you feedback for current event before tasking yourself for next trial);
- target categorization
- being blind (not only for the viewer of course, but also for both tasker and judge) to target pairs selected by computer, and judge seeing & judging targets only after viewing is done
- keeping yourself unbiased while judging by having prediction revealed to you only after judging/scoring is done
- always delivering feedback before knowing the outcome information (if working with independent tasker/judge)