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Control Your Dreams? The New AI App Promising to Revolutionize the World of Sleep

We've all had that dream we didn't want to wake up from, or that other one we wished we could control. Now, thanks to technological innovation, this might be closer to reality. The startup Prophetic has announced the development of "Halo", a wearable device designed to stabilize and potentially control lucid dreams.

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What are lucid dreams?

For those unfamiliar, a lucid dream occurs when the sleeper is aware they are dreaming and, in some cases, can have some control over the dream. It's like being the director of your own nighttime movie.

Halo: The Future of Lucid Dreams

The "Halo" device works by emitting focused ultrasound signals. These signals, in theory, would help stabilize and enhance lucidity during sleep. What's most impressive is that Prophetic has collaborated with Card79, the company behind the hardware of Neuralink, Elon Musk's brain-computer interface company.

What can we expect in the future?

Although the "Halo" prototype will be showcased soon, the full test of the device is not expected until late 2024. However, the implications of such technology are vast. Imagine being able to face your fears, practice skills, or simply live incredible adventures every night.

At "Sleep Well Tips", we're always on top of the latest innovations in the world of sleep. Prophetic's promise with "Halo" is exciting, and we will undoubtedly be closely following its development. In the meantime, what do you think of the idea of controlling your dreams? Leave us your comments! Let me know if you need any further adjustments or changes! Join our newsletter to be informed of the latest news on sleep.

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