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iSight-powered sleep monitor debuts

updated 06:00 pm EDT, Fri August 31, 2007

Dream Reorder debuts

Frederic Descamps has released Dream Recorder, a sleep monitoring tool that detects body motions with night vision processing that is powered by the iSight. The program is fitted with a statistics section keeping records, nights after nights, for many parameters. The tool can also be used to aid in recollecting your dreams: you can select a sound to gently wake you up, just after a dream, and then record the experience before memory fades. The light source for the program is the screen backlight, which is automatically switched on and off at the appropriate times. The author says the tool is designed for use by sleepy individuals. "All features are easily accessible from the main panel. Colors are dark on purpose. All panels and buttons have smooth appearance, with light but distinct sounds. Minimal clicking as a rule." Dream Recorder is priced at $45.




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  1. Jeronimo2000

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Oh please

    "debuts"??

    That's funny, seeing that I've used that program more than half a year ago. Again, a beautiful example of crappy research and generally half-assed journalism by MacNN.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    but...

    do you like it?? what do you use it for?

  1. loudpedal

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    but...

    if you think this site has such crappy journalism, why do you keep reading it?

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