Do you have a problem of dreaming and not remembering what you dreamed of? Do you want to control your dreams? It’s quite possible and easy. The AI headband, Halo, a revolutionary tech has the solution to your needs. Lucid dreaming, a state where individuals are aware of being in a dream while they are still asleep, becomes accessible through this wearable neurotech gadget.

People want to remember their dreams, most especially those who believe in the power of their dreams. But unfortunately, they are either unable or have difficulty remembering them correctly.

With the help of the Halo AI headband however, which uses the power of ultrasound technology, alongside control of pulse and other sophisticated features, to unlock the depths of the subconscious mind, you can have unprecedented control over your dreams.

How it works

The Halo’s Morpheus-1 system utilizes advanced techniques such as multi-element focused ultrasound and generative 3D spatial pulse controls. By the synergy of data from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) training and electroencephalogram (EEG) sensors, the Halo device generates neural activation sequence patterns mirroring natural lucid dreams.

The pioneering company, prophetic, is now looking for volunteers and beta testers to help with proper understanding and refining the capabilities of the Halo AI headband through electroencephalogram dataset.

Also, the device is said to offer insights into users’ sleep fitness, providing valuable feedback on sleep patterns and quality according to the prophetic website.

The Halo headband is priced at about $2000. Reservations are on at a refundable deposit of $100 while shipping will begin in 2025

What do you think about the Halo headband? Can you wear it on your head?