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Seli is an assistant professor at the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and also an artist. He uses Dormio to tap into hypnagogia.
Perchance to dream engineer: on new research into our sleeping minds
In the April issue, Michael W. Clune writes about the profound insights offered by the Dormio: "Can technology shape our dreams?"
Sleep researchers call for guidelines for influencing dreams.
"We can see the waves forming a tsunami that will come, but most people are just sleeping on a beach unaware"
Researchers in the Fluid Interfaces group and elsewhere are hoping to learn more about how and why dreams are generated, and their effects.
Dormio is the result of several year's worth of research conducted by the Media Lab's Fluid Interfaces group.
Vega and his colleagues tested Dormio on group of 50 people this summer. Read about their results.
Guided dreaming could be used to boost creativity or to confront sources of stress and trauma.
Device not only helps record dream reports, but also guides dreams toward particular themes.
From improving your mood to focusing your creativity, scientists at MIT’s Dream Lab want to prove the power of dreams.
Pattie Maes discusses her group’s approach to bridging this divide and improving our relationships with technology.
A group at MIT’s Media Lab known as the “Dream Team” thinks you can harness your unconscious mind with tech you can wear to bed.
BBC Click looks at whether AI could ever create an artistic masterpiece.
The Ars Electronica Festival runs from September 6-10, 2018 in Linz, Austria
Click looks at whether AI could ever create an artistic masterpiece.
We spend a third of our lives sleeping but precious little is really known for sure about what happens when our heads hit the pillow.
Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity, set out to underline the close connections between art and technology.
When is a sleeper actually asleep?
60 Minutes goes inside the MIT Media Lab.