Two Sri Lankan Students Invent A Dream Machine – New Revolution In Psychology

Two Sri Lankan students at ‘Informatics’ have invented a Dream Machine - a device to help people to dream what they desire.

The device, named ‘Dream Mode’, should be worn during the sleep and the device will ‘guide’ the dreams in the direction you want. The machine, which is designed as a portable device, connects with brain waves and stimulates dreams. The device will store things in its memory and recreate them while the wearer is  asleep.

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This will be a revolutionary product not only in the field of science and technology, but also in the field of psychology.  

The students who invented the device became winners under the ‘Innovation’ category at the Imagine Cup competition, organized by Microsoft Sri Lanka last week. The competition was held at the Engineering Faculty of the University of Peradeniya.

Tharaka De Silva and Mohammed Shihan, IT students of Informatics, are the students who invented the machine ‘Dream Mode’ which also acts as a preventive for Insomnia.

 Imagine Cup, a premier student technology competition, had 14teams competing in the final round this year.  The final round held at the DHPL Auditorium in Colombo had representatives from key educational institutions from across the island participating with teams from University of Sabaragamuwa, University of Colombo School of Computing, University of Moratuwa, University of Rajarata and Informatics institute of Technology, presenting projects under the categories of "World Citizenship","Innovation" and "Games" to a panel of judges consisting industry experts and business leaders.

The Innovation category was judged on meeting the challenge of creating the incredible, world changing, next big invention which could have been based on a totally new idea or evolving from an already existing one. 

’Dream Mode’ will stand a chance to compete at the Global Imagine Cup Competition in Seattle this year.

 

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