Frequently Asked Questions
LucidCatcher is based on the idea of neuromodulation – it shifts your brain waves to maximize the effect of different actions - such as the feeling of concentration during the study, meditating or - a lucid dream.
The brain has the exciting possibility of an assemblage of our mind states by frequencies, designed by the human nature. LucidCatcher extends your intention with a tune of these frequencies, it balances your integration with a practice and complements your work.
Think about it as a melody and metronome, which synchronize the tones, temper, and color of the whole ensemble.Last updated:
There is a lot of approved customers', journalists' and our partners' reviews on the blog:
Also, our YouTube channel is filling with them by every public test we do:
Photos from tests are usually on Instagram:
We are looking forward to your one,
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When we achieved the goal, and the campaign is over (19th of June), you will be charged for your pledge level. Then we will send a reward survey for all backers to know your address details.
Please, don't cancel the pledge, if you are worried about the success of the campaign - we're confident to end it positively, and you are getting charged only afterward.Last updated:
We've made a detailed PDF with reviewed by LucidSource Specifications:
The main difference is the purpose of the device:
We're not for training.
Here is the comparison chart: http://bit.ly/lucid_comparison
The main idea of LucidCatcher - is to help you to sync your brainwaves to the Lucid Dream frequency. Also, it can help you to fix on your meditation or concentrate on work, as all these actions are similar in the process.
We're using neurostimulation, which is a very different from lights and sound and called "direct input" regarding the efficiency.Last updated:
LucidCatcher is using sensors which not requires soaking in moisture.
Every time before it's going to send a particular tune to your mind, it takes a test of the skin moisture, and current sensor cleanliness. This way we ensure you won't feel anything, as we care about disturbance – which is not allowed during the most concentrated practices.Last updated:
There is a 40% chance you will start to control the plot of your dream; which correlates with a Control metrics in a LuCiD Scale.
Insight – the "A-ha" moment of understanding that you are dreaming right now – is typically higher; it means you can start lucid dream even several times during the night, and then it requirу your practice to remain inside of the dream, that's why we call it "dream yoga."Last updated:
It feels like you found out that something is wrong with what's happening around you – sometimes it's rain which provokes a higher consciousness: with a feeling of water drops on your skin.
Sometimes it could be a flying dragon beside of your eyes – it's all personal, and you can find vast inner worlds, which are leading to the incredible journeys.Last updated:
The LuCiD scale presented by Voss, Hobson, and colleagues in 2013 scientific paper* is the best tool developed thus far for measuring dream consciousness.
We help you to measure it if you want to track the dream yoga practice improvement with LucidCatcher.
When you use the device, it stabilizes your development and adds +40% of LuCiD even if you are not a lucid dreamer.Last updated:
Definitely, you can try right now! Do you remember the dream last night?
Yes! All backers are very welcome to join us in public tests, during Kickstarter campaign we conduct it in the Bay Area. More locations are coming afterward!Last updated:
If you received your product and you aren't satisfied, you may exchange it for a new one within 30 days, minus shipping & handling fees.Last updated:
Refunds are processed on a case-by-case basis; at some point, we will need to lock refunds in order to go into production & shipment. We will not be able to refund orders once they've shipped.Last updated:
LuCiD Scale study:
Voss, U., Schermelleh-Engel, K., Windt, J., Frenzel, C. & Hobson, J. A. (2013). Measuring consciousness in dreams: The lucidity and consciousness in dreams scale. Consciousness and Cognition, 22 (1), 8-21. 10.1016/j.concog.2012.11.001
Lucid Dreaming study:
Tadas Stumbrys et al (2013). Testing the involvement of the prefrontal cortex in lucid dreaming: A tDCS study. Consciousness and Cognition, 22 (4), 1214-1222. 10.1016/j.concog.2013.08.005
Feelings during the stimulation:
Jaberzadeh S, Bastani A, Zoghi M, Morgan
P, Fitzgerald PB (2015) Anodal Transcranial Pulsed
Current Stimulation: The Effects of Pulse Duration on
Corticospinal Excitability. PLoS ONE 10(7):
e0131779. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0131779Last updated:
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