Sleep is a forgotten country of the mind; a vast majority of our technologies are built for our waking state, even though a third of our lives are spent asleep. Current technological interfaces miss out on an opportunity to access the unique, imaginative, elastic cognition ongoing during dreams and semi-lucid states. In turn, each of us misses an opportunity to use interfaces to influence our own processes of memory consolidation, creative insight generation, gist extraction, and emotion regulation that are so deeply sleep-dependent.
Adam Haar Horowitz, Research Assistant, Fluid Interfaces group
Ishaan Grover, Research Assistant, Personal Robots group
Pedro Reynolds-Cuellar, Research Assistant, Personal Robots group
Tomas Vega Galvez, Research Assistant, Fluid Interfaces group
Oscar Rosello, Research Assistant, Fluid Interfaces group
Abhinandan Jain, project collaborator
Pattie Maes, Principal Investigator, Fluid Interfaces group
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