The device, which will sell for $136 in Japan starting late August, targets sleep-deprived businessmen, a company official said.
"There are many businessmen today who they say don't sleep because they are too busy. This gadget can be used to help them dream a good dream," said Takara spokeswoman Mayuko Hasumi.
In a study conducted on a group of men and women between the ages of 20-40, the device had a success rate of 22 percent in inducing dreams in which one of the prompt words appeared, said the Yomiuri Shimbun, a major daily.
heck I get better than that with sigils.. 23.5% at least