In the 1880s scientists and psychologists experimented with colour therapy. By 1938 you could buy several devices for chromo-therapy such as the Emesay, Kromayer, Alpine Sun, Helion, Chromoclast and Spectro-Chrome. This short film is a modern TV-version for chromo-therapy. It is a room painted in different colors, one after the other, created to cure depressions and stress in large amount of people at the same time.

In 1946 the American authorities found chromo-therapy to be “ineffective and worthless” and the inventor of the Spectro-Chrome, Colonel Dinshah P Ghadiali was thrown in prison for quackery. This is an image of the Spectro-Chrome.