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Scientists from MIT have found a way to implant ideas on the minds of people as they fall asleep to create bizarre and abstract dreams. The researchers used the targeted dream incubation to guide people's dreams towards particular themes by repeating information during the first stage of sleep. That stage is called hypnagogia, which is responsible for dreams about psychedelic phenomena.

The technology consists of a wrist-worn electronic device that tracks sleep, called Dormio, connected to an app that delivers audio prompts during hypnagogia.

The researchers influenced the dreams of most of its study participants to dream about a tree during the earliest stage of sleep during the trials. An MIT computer scientist also used the Dormio system to make himself dream about the chocolate fountain seen in the classic 1971 film 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.'

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