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Now you can ‘Watch your dreams after waking up’ it is possible.

Japan makes dreams scanner technology

Japan is a technical experimenters’ paradise. Japan’s technological advancements are a never-ending tale. Each and every piece of technology and equipment they have ever produced will astonish you. Using a brain scanner—a modified MRI machine—to interpret dreams is one of the most amazing examples of technology ever developed in Japan.

Imagine if while people are sleeping, they occasionally or scarcely ever recall their dreams when they wake up. With the advent of MRI-based technologies, that dream is now a reality.

Like watching a video on a device, it is possible to replay dreams. This concept is so absurdly unbelievable that it seems like a dream come true. How then are these Japanese scientists able to do this?

Reading Dreams on an MRI Machine Mod

Scientists in Japan have developed a method for reading dreams using an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) scanner. Using magnetic technology and radio waves, the MRI as we currently know it is used in medicine to conduct a detailed inspection of the body’s organs.

Medical professionals utilise MRI to check conditions like cancer, stroke, damage to the brain’s blood vessels, tumours, spinal cord injuries, diseases of the eye or inner ear, multiple sclerosis, and to look for head injuries.

In addition to reading dreams, the customised MRI equipment may also be used to rebuild dreams. You can watch a replay of your dream when you wake up. No more forgetting the dream in such situation.

How Does It Function?

The “dream machine” measures the brain activity of people while they are asleep. An algorithm that reconstructs the dream is then fed the data. The dream was replayed as a result of the reconstruction.

Think about a motorbike to get a clear idea of this technology. The brain responds in a consistent manner each time the motorbike is imagined. The scanned information from the brain is connected to the correspondingly correlated visuals using algorithms.