Mintal Tracker, a sleep tracking app powered by artificial intelligence (AI) technology that offers a scientific approach to improved sleep, has just announced the launch of a unique new feature. Called “Draw My Dream,” the feature utilizes AI to take dreams and turn them into concrete, shareable images.
Draw My dream
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Tiffany Zhang, product lead of Mintal, proclaimed that the recently released Mintal Tracker update is a game-changer for people when it comes to learning from and engaging with their sleep. This update, known as “Draw My Dream”, enables users to store and share a recollection of their dreams, thus providing them with a more comprehensive perspective of their sleep and a more gratifying sleep experience.
AI Turns Your Dream Into A Picture
The Mintal Tracker app now offers a new AI-generated art feature that will take users’ descriptions of their dreams and turn them into a picture. With this feature, users can save the AI-generated picture within the app or to their photo albums to show others.
Available on Apple Watch
Mintal Tracker can now be used in conjunction with Apple Watch to gain a better understanding of sleep patterns. By pairing Mintal Tracker with Apple Watch’s heart monitoring feature, users can track their body’s activity while asleep to gain a more comprehensive view of their sleep.
Powered by AI-driven algorithms, Mintal is a technology company focused on improving the well-being of those who suffer from restless sleep, sleep disorders, anxiety, or mental health challenges. With a suite of apps and devices based on science-backed wellness techniques and advanced technology, Mintal has been downloaded by over 1 million people across the globe. Additionally, Mintal has developed proprietary AI-based technologies to detect and assess sleep disorder risks.