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Everybody dreams. Most of the dreams are topsy turvy and vague. But sometimes, the images and plots in the dreams are very smart. They are not moderate and we think of them. However, once we are awake, these wonderful insights are quickly forgotten and leave us feel extremely sorry. Now scientists have invented a dream recorder that tries to leave traces of dreams that may inspire some new visions.
Popular mechanics reports that dreaming usually occurs before we actually fall asleep. At that time we were experiencing a state of half-wake and half-sleep called hypnagogia. At this stage our mind may lose its sense of self, and experience a distorted sense of space and time. Many people will have a variety of imaginations at this stage, such as listening to melodic music, wonderful stories and so on. It is said that historical geniuses such as Edison, Tesla, Edgar Allan Poe, and Dali all had experience in finding inspiration in dreams. Some people even designed a way to retain the memory of their dreams, that is, holding balls in their hands while sleeping. Once they are about to fall asleep from their illusionary state, the balls in their hands fall after being held up. So they wake up and then quickly write down the thoughts and ideas they had just dreamed of
Today, MIT researchers are trying to copy this process in a more technologically advanced way. They’ve designed a device called Dormio, which is Latin and means “to sleep.” Dormio uses sensors on electronic gloves to measure the muscle tension, heart rate, and skin conductivity of the palm of the hand to detect shifts in dis-joining and actual sleep. When the subject is really going to sleep, the device will awaken the subject, and then the subject can use any method to record the previous dream, such as dictation recording, or the finger to draw the image just he has seen it. Through Dormio devices, this process can be repeated throughout the night to record and report dreams.
Adamo, inventor of the Domio system. Adam Haar Horowitz said: “I am convinced that there are many recordable inspirations in the detached state. I believe many people will want to leave good things in their dreams.”