Dream Generator

The first mobile app that influences your dreams

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Steve Sadin@stevesadin · Head of Product, Playdots
"The first mobile app that influences your dreams" Pretty sure that was actually Tetris ;)
Nichole Elizabeth DeMeréPro@nikkielizdemere · Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com
@SteveSadin Hahaha! Me too!
Max Kirchoff@maxisnow · Dev Director, The Bold Italic
@SteveSadin Or the first mobile app I tried to build...and more like nightmares.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I want this to work so bad. I'll give it a try tonight and report back. Also, check out Shadow (pre-release alpha), a social network for dreams. I know, weird.
Dan Leveille@danlev · Product Marketing Manager, DeviantArt
Clever marketing campaign for an island travel agency!
Holly@taispy · General Manager, Taiwan Startup Stadium
I'm curious what differentiates this from any other app that allows you to play sounds as you drift off to sleep -- I've used lots over the years with running water, birds, crashing waves, etc. but they never claimed to influence dreams, nor have I never noticed much change. (As an aside, the greatest dream influencer I ever had was, in fact, a duck phone that quacked -- my high school years were full of dreams with sudden duck attacks just before waking!) As @danlev pointed out, still a great angle for a travel company. Would love to see a product like this aimed at entrepreneurs, though!
Pete Cashmore@petecashmore · Founder, Mashable
So this is putting ads in your dreams? Why does this feel like a sci-fi movie plot? :)