App To Control Your Dreams, Now Available In English
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App To Control Your Dreams, Now Available In English

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/>As the world’s largest dream experiment—and probably borrowing from Japanese design firm Technology Miraiworks’ Yumemiru dream-crafting app—UK-based Professor Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire has created an English-version of the dream app for non-Japanese speaking/reading users to create their perfect dream.

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/>Called ‘Dream:ON’, the app monitors your movement while you’re asleep, and plays ‘soundscapes’ designed to help you create your desired dream while you’re in Rapid-Eye Movement (REM) sleep.

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/>All users have to do before they go to bed is: choose one of the soundscapes available; decide what time they wish to wake up and their alarm tone; plug in their iPhone to charge; press ‘start’; and place their phone face-down on the bed next to them.

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/>The app waits till you’re especially still and in dream-mode (about 20 minutes before you want to wake up) and gently plays the soundscape that will influence your subconscious, and will get incorporated into your dream.

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/>Users can also log what they’ve dreamt about and share it on Twitter or Facebook, to prove whether or not you can actually influence your dreams.

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/>To be part of the experiment, users can purchase the starter pack of the app—which comes with two free songs and a fully-functional smart-alarm—on iTunes for free.

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/>[via Los Angeles Times]
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