Sleep deprivation has been acknowledged as an increasingly prevalent global health concern, however, how to design for promoting rest and sleep is relatively under-explored. We propose that neurofeedback technology may facilitate restfulness and sleep onset, and we explore this through INTER-DREAM, a multi-sensory interactive experience driven by neurofeedback.
INTER-DREAM is the result of 2 years of research and development involving workshops, co-design sessions, university collaborations and international exhibitions.
This process involved over 65,000 members of the public across three countries. Extensive public engagement facilitated the design of a mesmerising brain-computer interface that captivates audiences with immediate, individualised multi-sensory feedback.