Q. Is a dream recorder machine possible in future?
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Is a dream recorder machine possible in future?

What if all our dreams can be recorded in a video format so that we can watch them whenever we want?
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  • maanya

    At present, many intelligent machines have already been made, machines that can figure out which part of the brain is active at what point in time.
    To intercept dreams is a challenge, as dreams are part of the activity of the subconscious mind.
    Dreaming is one of the most mysterious and interesting experiences in our lives.
    A person can have four to seven dreams in one night, on average you can dream anywhere from one or two hours every night.
    Most important thing is we forget 90% of our dreams so if in the future any invention could solve this mysterious dreaming it would be fun to all our dreams.
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