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【这款VR可以帮助你睡个好觉】来自墨尔本皇家理工学院的研究人员,开发了一款VR设备来诱导睡眠。它利用神经反馈的原理,把参与者的脑波与环境音乐结合,调节他们的心理状态。报告显示,参与者负面情绪下降了21%,恐惧感下降了55%,积极情绪增加了8%,这些变化都会改善睡眠。http://www.ltcnode.com/archives/68077

2019年正版资料大全

Tech and sleep don't have to be mutually exclusive.
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By most accounts, technology?. Even tools meant to help us sleep better can?. But sleep and tech don't have to be mutually exclusive. Artists and researchers from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University have created a virtual reality tool to induce sleep. The device,?, combines ambient music controlled by artists with kaleidoscopic visuals controlled by the user's brainwaves, via EEG.

Inter-Dream assigns different colors and properties to different brainwaves, and since brainwaves are always changing, the visuals and colors change, too. The result is a constantly moving, mirage of colors, shapes and patterns. More active brainwaves are associated with more active displays. The idea is that people whose minds are more active just before bed have a harder time falling asleep. By providing vibrant visuals of users' brainwaves, Inter-Dream lulls people to sleep and helps them learn to calm their minds. It uses principles of neurofeedback, using real-time displays of brain activity to teach users how to regulate their mental states.

Inter-Dream was first conceived as a public art project by PluginHUMAN -- a partnership between Dr. Betty Sargeant and Justin Dwyer. But it peaked the interest of PhD researcher Nathan Semertzidis, from RMIT University's Exertion Games Lab. Semertzidis took a deep dive into the science behind Inter-Dream's ability to improve sleep. He found that participants in an RMIT University study reported a 21 percent drop in negative emotions and a 55 percent drop in feelings of fear after using Inter-Dream. Their positive emotions increased eight percent and their feelings of serenity jumped 13 percent. Theoretically, those changes would all lead to improved sleep.

Creative activities and??have also been shown to improve pre-sleep cognitive states and improve rest. But some will undoubtedly find it easier and more appealing to strap on a VR headset and let their brainwaves guide them, through a world of color and light, to a state of relaxation. Semertzidis says more testing is needed before a tool like Inter-Dream could be deployed, but at the very least, it's evidence that in some cases, tech can actually help us sleep.

https://www.engadget.com/2019/07/26/vr-sleep-tech-inter-dream-rmit-university/?yptr=yahoo&guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly9maW5hbmNlLnlhaG9vLmNvbS90ZWNoLw&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAEE4S8atf0VYTMrN-ADZGL5uymaxx3oWmYb5fxr7KC6eg2mQqsPPSSHQlmIrNBX80KrN6u8Bc2yV-TjbuFINk4wSwfGVI3yokIfVvTwir0kKI_IEIAoWfFCOIR2k91tRzyvE5OuDdO7gOaLcH8breYyyFl1ipap5nULkYTWK6G1-


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