Device window with motion sensors and RGB
3D eye sleep mask for the Device
What is this device? What are the motion sensors with signals for? Rapid eye movement (REM) is a phase of sleep where a person experiences vivid and memorable dreams. During this phase, a sleeping person's eyes make intense, random movements while exploring the dream world. The Somni mask tracks REM sleep with motion sensors and causes lucid dreams by using audiovisual methods without interrupting your sleep during other stages. You will see and hear the signals received from the mask in your dream.
REM Sleep Stage
Other Sleep Stages
By default, the mask will start tracking REM sleep 1 hour after turning on (time can be changed)
Pause 1 hour (tracking off)
After 1 hour - Eye and head movement tracking...
REM is detected
Pause 5 min
Movement tracking... (repeat)
The Somni mask works strictly according to its algorithm to accurately track REM sleep. In order to use it, you press a button and put it on before bed. When you wake up, you can use the application to see when you were in REM sleep. The mask tracks head movement. This means that the device will not begin eye-tracking until you are completely asleep.
The Somni Mask creates a certain dream for you through the audio that is loaded into the device's memory. Before you go to bed, turn on the mask and put on the headphones. During REM sleep, the mask automatically turns on this audio and you will see a dream corresponding to the audio. By default, optimal sounds are loaded into the mask, the splashing of water with a voice telling you that you are dreaming. In your dream, you will see this dream with its cues and can try to have a lucid dream.