Hollywood has glamorized the notion of lucid dreaming with films like "Inception" and "Waking Life." But what if “waking up” inside your dream was as easy as putting on a sleep mask? You could hurdle any impossible obstacle, like flying without a jet or swimming to the bottom of the ocean, from your bed.
Brooklyn-based Bitbanger Labs, run by two childhood friends, has dreamt up such a mask: It’s called Remee and it promises to put wannabe lucid dreamers behind their dreams’ steering wheel.
“The first time anyone lucid dreams, they wake up the next morning and are just blown away,” said Duncan McCloud Frazier, one half of the Bitbanger Labs’ duo. “Becoming lucid gives you the tools to all of the sudden create in that world that is so high fidelity and you can do whatever you want.”
Frazier and his Bitbanger partner, Steve McGuigan, said the key to lucid dreaming is to recognize a recurring sign that alerts you to the fact that you’re dreaming. In the movie "Inception," this recurringRead More »from Lucid Dream Mask Turns Bedtime into ‘Inception’