Better Living Through Technology –

March 16, 2019 – A Jeep accident in Yemen at age 19 left him in a wheelchair and in such intense pain that he was rarely able to sleep, he recalls. Prescription drugs, even morphine, lost their effectiveness and the chronic pain from nerve damage only got worse, to the point that it threatened to kill him. It was a 1990’s movie — “Hudson Hawk” — that led Hanbury to develop a cure.“The film went from good and bad to good and bad the whole way through. As I was watching, I realized that had changed my pain levels more than morphine. That’s where the whole idea of using a visual stimulus to create a different state of consciousness came from.”

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