Based on a preset programme, the device can determine if the user has entered the state of Rapid Eye Movement (REM), a level of deep sleep. Then, the user can experience vivid dreams and even wake up at a stipulated time. Based on the user's choice, the headband will flash subtle red, blue and green LED lights and play music. Not only is the device equipped with built-in sensors to measure and monitor brainwaves and eye movements, it can also track body motions. After detecting a certain brainwave, the device will play a series of light and music to give the user a conscious cue and allows the user to be aware in sleep.
The inventor pointed out that once a person becomes aware that he or she is in a dream, he or she will be able to control their dreams in a state called 'lucid dreaming'.
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