Professor Soul turned to Syrena. "It's actually quite simple," he said. "The headsets operate on a frequency that tunes into the basic brainwaves of a specific Pokemon. Next, the headset taps into the memories of the person wearing it, and combines what the person already knows about the Pokemon's feelings with the brainwave data to create a rough image of the Pokemon's emotions and thoughts."
Professor Soul smiled as he got onto the hard part. "Next, the data is sent to our supercomputers, which compares the data to other data collected on that specific Pokemon. The information is logged in the computer and sharpened before being sent back into the headset. The more you use the headset, the more clear the feelings will seem."
Professor Soul turned away and looked at everyone else. "In other words, you hear the Pokemon's thoughts slightly after they are actually thought, and the more you do it the faster they come."