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Lucid dreaming allows you to choose your own adventure

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Dreams feel real when we're in them. It's only after we wake up that things feel strange. Ever wish you could control your dream? Now your wildest fantasies could become your reality.

Two engineers created a headband that monitors your brainwaves and body movements, giving you audio-visual cues while you're sleeping to let you know you're dreaming and allowing your mind to go wherever it wants. It's known as lucid dreaming.

"Lucid dreaming is the capacity to awaken while you're dreaming at night because you've become aware you're dreaming," said Dr. Richard Moss, a dream expert. He said lucid dreaming allows you to change your dream intentionally.

The aurora headband could make your secrets one step closer to reality even if it just is in a lucid dream.

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