If you’ve ever wanted to have lucid dreams at will, this Remee Lucid Dreaming Mask might be a Kickstarter project you’ll want to invest in. Worn like a regular sleeping mask, the Remee features built-in LEDs that flash in a series of patterns that the sleeper should be able to recognize as visual anomalies. Upon doing so, he/she realizes that they are asleep and would then be able to take control of their dream. In theory at least.
Users will be able to customize the patters and delay times at which the LED lights blink, along with a dimmer control so that the lights won’t be bright enough to wake you up. While not the first lucid dream mask available in the market, it’s probably one of the cheapest (if not the cheapest) at a pledge of $80. It certainly sounds like a great idea and if you’d like to take control of your dreams, head on down to its Kickstarter page for the details or to pledge your donation. At this time of posting, the Remee Kickstarter project has managed to raise $89,000, far surpassing their goal of $35,000.
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