The NeuroDreamer sleep mask (Lucid Dreaming version) weaves a brainwave sequence for drifting to sleep into a choice of 2 sleep “songs”. Gentle lights fade in and out in sync with the same brainwaves to help you into a state where you can drift into sleep.
Mitch Altman is a San Francisco-based hacker and inventor, best known for inventing TV-B-Gone, as featured speaker at hacker conferences, as an international expert on the hackerspace movement, and for teaching introductory electronics workshops. He is also Chief Scientist and CEO of Cornfield Electronics. He is the creator of this cool product.
Use your brainwaves to get the rest you need, guided by soothing music and fading lights...
This Lucid Dreaming version is intended to help you train yourself to control your dreams. We can all dream what we want! Every night your NeuroDreamer sleep mask will give you cues to remind you that you can make conscious choices while you are dreaming.
The default settings for the lucid dreaming cues are good for most people, but parameters of the cues can be adjusted to suit you perfectly.
You can also set a loud alarm to wake you up after a length of time of your choice.
NeuroDreamer is an Open Hardware project. All of the documentation (hardware and firmware) is available on the project’s website.