Category: Mouse FIELD


Mouse FIELD 1.1.4

Added a new channel: FILD – to augment the traditional finger-induced lucid dream (FILD) induction technique. It slowly counts up and drops back to zero when the mouse is tapped or moved. If it climbs high enough, an audio track will play.

Wake up in the middle of the night and then go back to bed. When you are tired and about to drift off again, launch the app. Then place your fingers on the edge of the mouse and pretend that you are playing piano or typing on a keyboard. The trick is to move your fingers as gently as possible, maybe flip the mouse and tap directly on the sensor.

Every few minutes, especially when you hear the audio track play, perform a reality check: try to push your index finger through the mouse or use your other hand to pinch your nose closed and try to breathe through it.

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Mouse FIELD 1.1.3

Slowed down the Button TCMP processing and added feedback for dashes. Dots are anything under a second, dashes are anything over and you have 10 seconds to complete a letter.

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Mouse FIELD 1.1.2

Added a new channel: Button TCMP, which interprets Morse Code patterns from mouse clicks and forwards them to the keyboard input. A quick click is a dot and anything longer is a dash. It is disabled by default so it needs to be enabled under plugins.

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Optical mouse hack

Lucid Dream Art

I recently came across Michael Paul Coder’s latest FIELD update on Lucidcode which was of great interest to me.

Basically this program is an upgraded version of his mouse control reader program for the LucidScribe platform.

The program, via the algorithm, could now detect the delicate movement picked up by the small camera sensor in the mouse where it would play a short soundtrack after several ‘movements’ over a short period of time.

It would be hoped that the mouse optics could be used as a form of REM eyelid movement or detection method, which might prove useful as a help in regard to lucid dreaming.

eye mask fitted with optical mouse assembly DreamCaptcha mask

It should be noted, hardware wise, that using an optical mouse in this way is not a new idea where the LED is directly replaced with an IR counterpart.

I personally have come across some interesting articles on the Internet and forums…

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Mouse FIELD 1.1.1

Added a new channel: Mouse TCMP, which interprets Morse Code patterns from mouse movements and forwards them to the keyboard input. A small movement, above 32 is a dot, and anything above 100 is a dash. It is disabled by default so it needs to be enabled under plugins. It will type into any application that has focus and accepts keyboard input.

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Mouse FIELD 1.1.0

Added a channel to detect eye movements from the infrared LED sensors operated out of mice. It is disabled by default because it is very sensitive, so it needs to be enabled under plugins.

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Mouse FIELD 1.0.9

Added the installer to the source code.

Mouse FIELD 1.0.8

Updated the reference to the interface.

Mouse FIELD 1.0.7

Removed the 10 minute delay so that the audio track plays as soon as the mouse button is released.

Mouse FIELD 1.0.6

Added a 10 minute delay before the audio track plays.