Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Exciting technological advancements are taking place in this era, unveiling groundbreaking innovations.

Recently, a company called 'Prophetic AI' introduced an innovative tool named the 'Halo headband,' aiming to revolutionise the study and exploration of human consciousness using AI technology.

The Halo headband employs a combination of "ultrasound and machine learning models" to identify the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) stage, where most dreams occur, and works to "induce and stabilise lucid dreams."

This device is equipped with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing it to connect to the Prophetic app, and it comes with a night-long battery life.

Operating with ultrasound technology, pulse controls, and other advanced features, the Halo AI headband delves into the depths of the subconscious mind.

This wearable neurotech gadget makes lucid dreaming, a state where individuals are aware of being in a dream while asleep, accessible.

According to information from the Prophetic website, the Halo's Morpheus-1 system utilises cutting-edge techniques like multi-element focused ultrasound and generative 3D spatial pulse controls. 

By integrating data from functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) training and electroencephalogram (EEG) sensors, the device creates neural activation sequence patterns that mimic natural lucid dreams.

The company is actively seeking volunteers and beta users to participate in studies aimed at better understanding and refining the capabilities of the Halo AI headband.

Priced at an estimated Rs. 1,66,104 in Indian currency, the Halo headband is available for reservation with a refundable deposit of approximately Rs. 8,530.

With its innovative approach to lucid dreaming, Prophetic's groundbreaking creation has the potential to redefine the boundaries of human consciousness and exploration within the realm of dreams.

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