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Tags: 40hz, andre keizer, derk mulder, eeg, lucid dream induction, neuromodulation technology, sleep mask, tacs
Categories : General, Technology
Yesterday Neuromodulation Technologies B.V. sensationally pulled the plug on their already successful Kickstarter campaign for their Lucid Dreamer tACS prototype with less than 3 weeks to go, even though the €100k target had been easily met.
It seems that further testing had not gone to plan which seemed to worry the creators. This is on the back of the 2014 Voss tACS study into lucid dreams which had been lauded by the sheep mentality amongst us to be ‘the Holy Grail of lucid dreaming’, ‘the lucid dreamer’s default standard’, or ‘the scientific breakthrough’ bar none. Read the rest of this entry »
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Tags: 40hz, aurora headband, Bluetooth, guidy, kickstarter, luciding, n2d2, oneirics, rem detection, scam, sleep mask, tacs, tdcs
Categories : Technology
It seems to me like lucid dream mask technology is akin to waiting for the proverbial London bus where nothing turns up for ages, and then all of a sudden out of the blue, two or three show up in one go.
After Andrzej Krajewski
Everybody is still waiting for the eagerly awaited NovaDreamer 2 from the Lucidity Institute, otherwise aptly known as the N2D2 which is overdue for release.
The Aurora by iWinks LLC has also overrun. It is due to be beta tested still.
However there are at least three new kids on the block, all trying to muscle in on the void left by Laberge and his associates.
The end of September, beginning of October 2014 saw the launch of two lucid dream-related projects on Kickstarter alone, whilst there is also a headband prototype with its own Facebook publicity page and website launched earlier this year back in July. Read the rest of this entry »