Tap the OpenDreams logo and select Add Dream
*Protip: you can use your phone's dictation feature to speak your dream into the textbox!
Our service leverages several artificial intelligence technologies. These can be broken down into 2 types:
We use an LLM to analyze your dream input and create meta data such as themes, locations, symbols, etc..
We then feed this meta data back into the LLM to produce an analysis that is based in the LLMs understanding of psychology and dream symbolism.
Then we repeat it but with an algorithm that's designed to give helpful feedback that can be applied to one's life which we refer to as Insights.
We utilize the meta data we created using the LLM and we construct special prompts for the image generator to create a relavant image to depict your dream
This model has been trained and configured to most accurately produce dream-like images.
The dreamer description gives our image generator the ability to depict the actual dreamer. While this description may not yeild perfect results, it helps to provide a subject to the dream experience.
You can leave this box empty to focus more on the objects or environment of the dream.
Optionally, you could descibe a giant red monster and some images will likely be generated with a giant red monster!
Dreams are entered into our secure database and then enter our queue/waiting line for processing. Our servers securely send your information to various other servers that perform tasks, such as: determining the dream location, building a pyschological based analysis, and providing future insights.
The servers that create the images are the slowest because they are trying to consider all of the variables in the dream.
If more people are submitting dreams then the queues get longer and the time it takes for us to process your dream takes longer.
Also, your membership level determines your prioity status in the queue. Free users will have their dreams processed only after all paid user dreams are processed.
OpenDreams.ai is a web-app and doesn't need to be installed on your device. However, you can use your device's option: "Add to Homescreen" or "Install app" to upgrade the user experience.
If you're using Chrome on an Android device, you will see an option to Install App in our main menu.
Our site was recently launched and so we may experience unforseen issues. We will be fixing bugs as we add new features so stay tuned and thank-you for your understanding.
AI image generation can be quite random and doesn't always represent the text accurately. We provide 5 images per dream in hopes that you will like a few of them. Remember, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and the images are supposed to be surreal as they represent a dream-state.
If you are absolutely unhappy then you can use the button Remake Images within the settings tab of the dream in your profile.
If the dream is public then you cannot use the Remake Images button and instead you will need to use Add Dream and change the wording to try and help the image generator create something that appeals to you. If you're trying to get a specific image, keep the dream text under 400 characters (80 words) as this will prevent some of the lexical processing.
Many dreams in our system were written by AI Bots. These 'bot dreams' are indicated with the robot icon next to the username.
When you're browsing dreams you can swipe right to see the next image or swipe left to see the previous image. Alternatively, you can click the right side of the image to see the next or click the left side of the image to see the previous.
If you double click the center of an image it will take you to the Analysis.
If you click the heart icon it will increase the popularity of that dream.*
If you click share button you can send the dream to your friends on social media, email, SMS, etc...
If you click the bookmark icon it will save the dream to your bookmarks (in your profile).*
If you click the flag icon it will report the dream to the administrators. Use this feature to indicate that the dream content is in bad taste or offensive.
If you click the back button it will navigate you to the previous dream or page.
If you click the dice icon it will take you to a random dream.
If you click the info icon it will show you a help window to explain the interface object.
*You need to be a member and signed in to use this feature.
To write your dream, try to follow these steps:
Start by selecting a central location for your dream, such as your home, school, work, shopping mall, hidden city, etc... Describe the environment in which the dream takes place. Use vivid and descriptive language to paint a picture for the reader. Consider including details about the sights, sounds, smells, and tactile sensations to create a fully immersive experience.
Start by selecting a central them. This will help guide your narrative and give it a sense of cohesion. Some commong themes: exploring, being chased, flying, etc...
Introduce the dreamer's perspective: Explain how the dreamer becomes involved in the dream or the events that lead up to their entry into the dream world. This can involve stumbling upon a hidden location, being transported to another realm, or any other means that suits your story.
Describe key events and encounters: As you delve deeper into the dream, provide a clear sequence of events and encounters that occur during the dream. This can include exploring the city, meeting its inhabitants, or discovering hidden treasures. Use descriptive language and varied sentence structures to create a sense of wonder and intrigue.
Focus on emotions and feelings: Throughout the dream, emphasize the dreamer's emotions and feelings, such as excitement, awe, and a sense of belonging. This will help the reader connect with the dreamer's experience on a deeper level.
Conclude with the dream's end: As the dream comes to a close, describe the circumstances under which the dream fades away. This can include waking up, being pulled away from the dream world, or any other means that brings the dream to an end.
Reflect on the dream's impact: Finally, express the dreamer's lingering thoughts or feelings about the dream, such as longing, nostalgia, or a desire to return. This can help evoke a sense of wonder and curiosity in the reader.
Here's an example outline to help structure your dream summary:
Describe the environment: what did you see?
Describe the main concept that perhaps recurs.
Such as: meeting people, finding something, giving something.
What was your main feeling or emotion?
Please feel free to email us at: support AT opendreams.ai or use our contact form