From Info on 2015/06/23 18:21:07 +0000
Here are some useful “Lucid Dreaming” features.
 Dream diary. I know that actually I can write a dream into the notes, but this is not very nice for a “professional dreamer” (XD). A basic dream diary must have the possibility to enter multiple entries for night (an entry for a dream, multiple entries for multiple dreams). Every entry must have a title and a description (the storytelling of the dream). An advance dream diary should have other features: [a] Dream signs tags, separated from the already existent tags. Statistics and graphs for the dream signs. For more information about dream signs see http://goo.gl/TNoHK. [b] Voice recording: if I don’t want to write my dream, I record it. [c] Adding photos: some lucid dreamers draw their dreams, so could be useful to add a photo of the draw. [d] Vote a dream, like the actual sleep vote system. [e] Most of the time a dream is very personal: so the diary should have an option to add a password to it (and to encrypt all the records saved to the cloud). [f] Insert a dream in the diary during the sleep monitoring: a lot of dreamers and lucid dreamers learn to wake up after a dream to write it, so this feature is (for they) almost indispensable. [g] Insert a person from the contacts list: in this way I can see how much I dram about that person. This would be nice, but is not very important.
 Statistics about dreams: [a] number of dreams (per week, per month, per year, total, etc.), [b] numbers of lucid dreams, [c] percentage of dreams compared to the total number of sleeps, [d] percentage of lucid dreams compared to the total number of dreams, [e] situations that increase the possibility to have dreams, using the other tags, [f] statistics about dream signs, [g] graphs, [h] etc.
 Reality check reminder. This is a very important thing for a lucid dreamer, see http://goo.gl/c4bnaj. The reality check reminder must remind the user to perform a reality check, with a simple notification. For example the user see the string “From HH:MM to HH:MM”: the user can set the time interval in which the notifications appears. Then the user can choose other options: [a] “Notification every X minutes”, [b] “N notifications”: a total of N notification in the time interval, each at the same distance from the other, [c] “N random notifications”: a total of N notifications, but random spawned during the time interval.
 Actually I can set a ringtone, but there is no way to disable it during the sleep monitoring. A button to disable it can be useful, because sometime if I’m light sleep, the ringtone wake up me.
 Possibility of enter a time interval for the ringtone. If the deep sleep is recognized in a time included in the time interval, the ringtone starts, otherwise no.
 Morning dream diary reminder: to remember the user to write the dreams.
 Morning reality check reminder: to remember the user to do a reality check, and prevent a false awakening. For more information see http://goo.gl/46EWVS.
 Like I already said, some dreamers learn to wake up after a dream. But this is not always possible. Then a nice feature could be an optional alarm that ring at the end of a REM phase.
 Integration of Philips Hue also for lucid dreaming.
 When I start the sleep monitoring there are some information, like for example “Lie down in your bed and place your phone on the mattress near your body”. Another information could be “Try to remember the dream”. In effect simply trying to say “I have to remember the dreams”, increasing the chances of remember them.
It would be nice to see all these things in a future relase, but I know that is not simple to implements all these features. So a compromise could be the creation of a paid “Lucid Dreaming” plugin.
Copied from original feature request: http://urbandroid.uservoice.com/forums/264867-sleep-as-android/suggestions/8525449-improve-lucid-dreaming