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Jun 26

Blue Light Therapy App released

I’ve published another small app called “Blue Light Therapy”.  The concept is simple: blue light influences the brain. How/why/if it works is not very well known. The app is a prototype of future “simpler”, more “intuitive” apps that I may be building, including a simplified version of the lucid dreaming app.   Here’s the app …

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Jun 16

Does the app work for you?

Lucid Dreaming App is 1 Year old! Today celebrates one year since I published the Android lucid dreaming app. The iPhone App is slightly less mature – at 6 months. By now the app should’ve been thoroughly tested and used by a number of people. What are your thoughts? Does the app work for you?  I …

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May 19

Have you heard of circadian rhythm?

All lucid dreamers should have a basic understanding of what their bodies go through every day. There’s no way around it. The products and services that we are advertised hold real risks to our well being. I’m talking about fine tuned biological rhythms that affect your very being human. I found this excellent article which …

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Apr 21

Development efforts are on hold

I have to announce that the development of lucid dreaming apps has severely drained my bank account. Even though the iPhone app sells, it does not make enough money to support my development efforts. This is why I had to start working full time as an iPhone developer. I’m pretty good at it, and it …

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Mar 09

Awareness.

Awareness Have you ever considered that you spend as much time awake as sleeping? Contemplate that fact for a moment, then take a look at the photo below if you still don’t get it. The time that we live with is the same, it’s speed is the same, whether we are awake or asleep. Our …

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Mar 03

My 90 day sleep history

Sleep history for research purposes Black markers mark absolute time of going to bed Orange markers are absolute times of awakening Green markers indicate dreams. The brightness of the marker indicates more dream content remembered and recorded, also more clarity of thought and visuals. Cyan markers indicate lucid dreams, dreams where I was aware that …

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Mar 01

External reality checks update

For the past 2 weeks, I’ve been experimenting with the Lucid Dreaming App version 1.3, which allows me to schedule reality check reminders over the course of the day. A total of 5 reminders have been playing every single day, 12 hours away from sleep cycles #2,3,4,5 and 6. Every single time I’ve heard the …

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Feb 14

Android app update v0.8

EEG Advancement I’m very excited to announce that the Android version of the Lucid Dreaming App will work with Zeo wireless ElectroEncephaloGram (EEG) headband for sleep phase tracking. This enables the app to monitor your brainwaves with the EEG headband and make very accurate predictions about when you are dreaming and not.   Why this …

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Feb 05

Version 1.3 preview

I’m adding an ability to schedule reality checks through the lucid dreaming app for iPhone. A reality check is an external cue that asks you to check your state using a simple action, such as checking time on a digital clock or flipping a light switch. What’s cool and new about the way the Lucid …

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Jan 23

Version 1.2 Bug workarounds

I’m getting multiple bug reports about bugs in the app, please check below for a solution iPhone 3 (GS) iPhone 3GS is not supported. I’ve built the app for iPhone 4 and higher only, and have never tested it on iPhone 3GS. I have contacted apple to remove iPhone3GS from the list of supported devices in …

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