The Virtual Hypnotist is a simple self-help app that was released as freeware for Windows in December of 2010 by developer Jason DeStefano. Jason conceived the idea for the app in November of 2010, and then proceeded to code it over two weeks in early December of 2010. His goal was to create a simple tool that people could use to try to induce self-hypnosis and introduce positive suggestions to their subconscious minds in an effort to improve their lives (e.g. quitting smoking, quitting drinking, becoming more organized, improving memory, etc.). The app allows users to type their own custom hypnotic suggestion scripts, which are then spoken to the users by Window’s built-in speech functions during the hypnotic sessions.
DDD now owns the rights to The Virtual Hypnotist and is pleased to offer it for free (as abandonware). A .ZIP file containing the installer can be downloaded by clicking on the download link found below.
Please note that technical support is no longer being provided for The Virtual Hypnotist. While there are no known bugs or issues with its functionality, DDD is providing The Virtual Hypnotist “as-is” and assumes no responsibility for any technical issues that should occur as a consequence of installing and/or running it.
APP TITLE: “The Virtual Hypnotist”
RELEASE DATE: December 2010
DEVELOPER: Jason DeStefano
LICENSE: Freeware / Abandonware
APP CATEGORY: Self Help
Download “THE VIRTUAL HYPNOTIST”
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM)|
Operating System: Window 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, or 10
Processor: 1.0 GHz
RAM: 1 GB
Free Disk Space: 200 MB
– The user must enable Windows’ speech functions
– PC speakers, earphones, or headphones