A new technology startup hopes to offer a wearable consumer device that can enable anyone to have lucid dreams.
Researchers have found that a common Alzheimer's drug can help to induce lucid dreaming more reliably.
In a recent experiment, lucid dreaming was used as a tool to enable volunteers to attempt contact with aliens.
Influencing the brain through electric scalp stimulation can allow a person to control their own dreams.
Duncan Frazier and Steve McGuigan have built a device that they claim can let you control your dreams.
Scientists have been able to scan images from the brain of people who are lucid dreaming.
A European Science Foundation workshop has found that dream therapy could be useful in psychiatric treatment following t...