Twitch Launchs New Channel To Devote Users' Sleep Quality
Anil - Oct 07, 2019
Twitch is becoming an all-in-one platform: Take care of both users' demands for entertainment and their sleep quality.
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Twitch, in the booming era of streaming, has made youngsters pay more and much more time to watch their idols playing PUBG or Fortnite, especially at midnight. However, Twitch may want to change the thing because it has started to launch a new channel to help audiences fall asleep, instead of wasting their priceless time for bed.
Called "Insomnia by Endel", the soundscape generates real-time procedurally with relaxing sounds and visuals. By using “psychoacoustic effects”, the channel comprises a load of “nice sounds” and “masking effects”, in which there are multiple layered sound signals arranged to be inaudible.
To modulate the brain waves when people fall into a deep sleep state, the channel will generate sounds oscillating on certain frequencies. As for scientific aspects, the topic of sound frequencies’ affection to the human brain during sleeping time is still in debate, though sounds like binaural beats apparently made people sleep more easily.
Though many others cast doubt on the real effectiveness of it, listening to relaxing sounds is always one of the best ways to reduce anxiety as well as have more time when they’re in deep sleep. As part of that, music also helps your sleep quality get better, noting that familiar music usually shows better results.
Now, let’s test out the Insomnia Twitch channel once you've done your streaming/watching session. Even if it doesn’t work in your case, you can still be pleased with your very own alternatives, for sure.