OUR REVOLUTIONARY IDEA WAS TO TURN A STANDARD SMARTPHONE INTO AN INTERFACE CAPABLE OF MODULATING THE EMITTED ELECTROMAGNETIC SIGNALS (AUDIO & VIDEO) BY DISCRETE PACKETS OF QUANTA. JUST AS THE FIRST WIRELESS CELL PHONES SURPRISED PEOPLE BY MODULATING SIGNALS TO WIRELESSLY TRANSMIT THE HUMAN VOICE.
Qcanter uses innovative H.I.T.© (Holographic Information Transfer) technology to use electromagnetic expression (video) and sound waves (audio) produced by smartphones, modulated via discrete quantum packets, to induce a decantation-like action on certain molecular components of the wine.
Thanks to H.I.T.© , the Qcanter app selectively induces the oxidation of the wine’s tannins and simultaneously the reduction (anti-oxidation) of all other polyphenols, slowing down the oxidative process. All this makes it possible to taste in 2-3 minutes a wine that would have had to decant for several hours, while keeping the antioxidant characteristics of the polyphenols as unaltered as possible. This maximises the beneficial properties of red wine and reduces the allappant component.
For white wine, smartphone signals (audio and video) modulated by the app induce selective oxidation of sulphites, reducing their expression.
H.I.T.© modulation technology works in a similar way to what already happens in wireless cellular communication: in this case, the electromagnetic signal travelling through the air is digitally modulated to transmit the human voice.
Below is a partial bibliography in scientific support of the technology used by the Qcanter app.
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Deng, K. H. Schoenbach, E. S. Buescher, P. S. Hair, P. M. Fox, S. J. Beebe SJ. The effect of intense submicrosecond electrical pulses on cells. Biophys J. 2003; 84: 2709–2714. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1302837/