This might just be the biggest sleep-related technological invention, ever.
A regular Joe would think that NeuroDreamer is just a sleep mask, but it’s not. Inside the NeuroDreamer is a complicated set of technology, making sleeping both easier and more comfortable and vivid.
Through light and sound, the NeuroDreamer sleep mask generates a sequence of brainwave frequencies that correspond to the natural sequence of brainwave activity as observed in a person as they fall asleep. These frequencies are produced using binaural beats embedded within beautiful music, and synchronized with fading lights – all generated by the NeuroDreamer sleep mask’s microcontroller, which is concealed inside the mask’s memory foam.
In addition to binaural beats, the NeuroDreamer sleep mask utilizes a second method for audio entrainment. An ambient noise, somewhat like ocean surf, is played in one ear. The same surf sound is played in the opposing ear, but with a slight time delay (called “phase shift”). By changing the length of the time delay, the brain perceives the surf sound as moving between the ears, setting up a “beat”.
(If you would like to know more about the geeky details, please read the documents at the NeuroDreamer website.)
There is one “but”.
This innovation can only become true if a total of $66,000 on Kickstarter and has to be invested by Monday, July 16. Take a look for yourself and you have two days left to decide. You can get it here.Stay tuned with us for more breaking news. You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube and check out our RSS for quick reference.