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We normally sleep for six to eight hours a day, and while general people regard this to be merely a time of peacefulness and relaxation, philosophers are often taken into another world where query and wonderment are arisen. People have many different conceptions about the composition of dreams, and what caused the occurrence of it. In this paper, I will try to find out the possibility of transforming images from dreams to screen.
To seek the potentiality of converting images from our dreams to real life screen, the first thing to be made clear of is the difference between our sight of the physical existences and imaginary vision formed in dreams, since they are all equally lived in our mind and both seems to be valid (to our dreaming minds at least). Films are made up of a series of independent images called frames, which are displayed quickly in order and in progression, a viewer will therefore, has the thinking that some motions are really and actually happening, and in this case, eyes are media, which transform our physical experiences (to the real world) to mental images.
Since many of us consider dreams to be imagination created by our main, I cannot help but wonder what, categorically, are dreams comprised of. In dreams, people can always be amazed by the highly accurate details such as the background or appearance of people. However, I still find it hard to believe the technology of extracting “images” out of dreams is valid, as we need to question first, are the vision in our dreams composed of any if images? If so, how do we see images in our dreams, without using our eyes (when our eyes are closed)? Even when dreams present itself as adherent, understandable (though not logical) shows which dreamers considered themselves as active performers or passive spectators. Regardless the actuality of dreams, they do exist. Dreams may not have physical forms because the mind does not create it form materials supported by the physical experience we previously...