Scientists discover that applying small amounts of electric stimulation to the brain while sleeping can cause lucid dreaming.
Shadow is an app with two purposes: to help you remember (record) your dreams and to create a dream database from users across the globe.
This video breaks down dreams and how we can record them to learn more about our sleep cycles.
A Kickstarter project that earned more than half a million over its asking price uses LED lights to give you lucid dreams.
Look, I'm all for robots getting jobs. I've still got that old-timey futurist bug in me that hopes perfecting autonomy will deliver the human race unto an age of infinite leisure. Did we have to give up gazing at clouds so early, though? What I'm saying is this: I'm pretty dang jealous of this robot.
Just a few weeks ago, we posted about how brain patterns can reveal almost exactly what you're thinking. Now, researchers at UC Berkeley have figured out how to extract what you're picturing inside your head, and they can play it back on video.