Brainscan is a popular technology designed to read human potentials in various areas of the brain, using a person’s fingerprints. The theory behind Brainscan is that each finger is connected to a specific area of the brain, and that by analysing each fingerprint, the potential strengths and weaknesses of the corresponding brain area can be measured.
While strictly controlled scientific research has not found evidence of the effectiveness of the technique, it has become popular in Southeast Asia, and even in Phnom Penh. The company is expanding in Cambodia, and is now moving into the DI headquarters building along Street 1 in Battambang. DI CEO Khem Reaksmey is enthusiastic about the prospects for Brainscan.