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About this app

You can learn when you sleep. Actually, you can ONLY learn when you sleep.
While asleep, our brains do not shut down. Instead they work hard to consolidate and reinforce what we have learned.

In fact, what are learned in the daytime are first put into the working memory. It is a place in our brains that can only hold several items for a short period of time.
If these items are not transferred to the long term memory in time, they will be forgotten. Consolidation is the effort to transfer knowledge from working memory to long term memory.

Neuroscience research shows that when we are in deep sleep, our brains replay our daytime experience, just like we experience that once more.
In the process, such experience will be transferred from working memory to long term memory.

MasterAtSleep helps optimize such reactivation to maximize benefit, so that you will have a better 1/3 of your lives. Master just anything while you have a good sleep.

How can MasterAtSleep do this? By using Intelligent Targeted Memory Reactivation (ITMR).

Targeted Memory Reactivation (TMR) is a neuroscience research theme in the investigation of sleeping. It is the timed re-exposing of the sleeping brain to cues that are related to knowledge previously learned in daytime so that memories of such can be reactivated and reinforced.

There are abundant neuroscience research that prove the effectiveness of Targeted Memory Reactivation. Then we further make it “intelligent” by collecting sleep tracking data and assessment results from abundant subjects and feeding them to our AI algorithms. With our analysis of such data we found the best timing and manner settings (TMS) for presenting daytime learning materials and nighttime sleeping cues to learners.

In that way, we can provide the right learning experience, day and night, and optimize the learning outcome.
Updated on
Jan 12, 2020

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What's new

Minor UI update