If there is such a thing as a shared dream space as seen in Inception, then we may be able to figure out just who we’re sharing dreams with using REMcloud, a new service that lets people ‘tweet’ their dreams.
REMcloud allows you to post your dreams, share them with friends on any social network, and view trending dreams. Halloween is one of the best trending ideas right now, and I had a lot of fun seeing what people all over the world were specifically dreaming about Halloween. It’s an interesting, niche idea and may be a lot of fun.
“REMcloud originated from the idea that the sharing of dreams is a basic human behavior. Until now, dreams have been seen as an individual experience; we are showing that each dream you have is in fact a global experience,” said Kim Muhota, Founder and CEO of REMcloud. “So far, more than a million global users are already engaging with REMcloud across its various social outposts, and we expect that number to continue to grow as new and interactive features are added to REMcloud.”