If you’ve ever watched someone wear and use a VR headset, you know how odd they look with a high-tech blindfold on. That’s not good for demonstrating the emerging technology, especially while it still has a lot to prove before it enters the mainstream.
Daydreaming can make you smarter.
You probably won’t make it all the way through this article without thinking about something else. In fact, studies have found that our minds are wandering half the time, drifting off to thoughts unrelated to what we’re doing — did I remember to turn off the light? What should I have for dinner?
ADHD children cannot stop daydreaming according to a new study.
Children with attention deficit disorder have brains that cannot stop daydreaming, claims a new study. Researchers found that they physically find it harder to switch off a “default setting” of the brain designed to pass the time when not focused on a task.
Thinking about eating your favorite food can help you avoid eating it.
Researchers have found that fantasizing about your favorite food really can help you avoid eating it. Scientists showed day dreaming of a delicious meal actually reduces one’s desire for it.