Know More: Dreamy Stuff


Some remember their dreams, other don't. Others are day dreamers that dream with their eyes wide open. Do you dream a million dreams?

Definition of Dreamy:
  • Untrue, resembling a dream; ethereal or vague.
  • A sight that is soothing and serene.
  • Anything that is delightful and wonderful.
Rapid Eye Movements:

Dreams are the images, thoughts and feelings experienced while asleep, particularly strongly associated with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. REM in adults typically occupies 20-25% of total sleep, lasting about 90 to 120 minutes. During a normal night of sleep, we usually experience about four or five periods of REM sleep. They are quite short at the beginning of the night and longer at the end. A newborn baby spends more than 80% of total sleep time in REM.

Nightmares and Night Terrors:

Good pleasant dreams are called dreams or fantasies, where as the bad scary dreams are called nightmares. Most of us have nightmares between 4 a.m. and 6 a.m and they tend to repeat over time. But some of us have a scary dream called a "night terror" between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m where we get up screaming, sweating and breathing fast. The difference between the two is that in a night terror you do not remember your dream at all. One needs to remember that these are just dreams and none of it is true.

The Stuff of Dreams - Dreamy Concept Cars:

These cars have been designed by Toyota and are called RiN concept cars. 
  • They have heated seats, an oxygen level regulator, a "mood training" steering control system that monitors the driver's psychological state and greenish glass that protects against UV and infrared light while enhancing the natural beauty of the view outside. 
  • They have a lot more interesting elements that you can check on. Check this one fact out, its called the electric powered Pivo 2's and has four individually-powered wheel units that turn at degrees to move the car in any direction! 
  • The driver's cabin rotates 360-degree allowing the driver to face forward at all times. The car can help navigate streets and look for parking spaces, suggest where to stop for coffee if the driver looks sleepy and lighten the mood by nodding and acting happy!