The team at MIT’s Dream Lab believes that inserting sounds and scents into our dreams can make our waking lives better.
“People don’t know that a third of their life is a third where they could change or structure or better themselves,” said Dream Lab researcher Adam Horowitz.
[Read: MIT scientist’s ‘Simulation Hypothesis’ makes compelling case for The Matrix]Trials have proved that the sounds influence our dreams.
Another Dream Lab wearable adds a sense of smell to the process, by piping out a fragrance associated with a specific recollection.
“You can heal without being fully conscious,” said Dream Lab researcher Judith Amores.

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