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daydream

a usually nonpathological reverie that occurs while a person is awake. The content is usually the imagined fulfillment of wishes that are not disguised.

daydream

Mental musing or fantasy while awake.
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Since the Lenovo Mirage Solo is based on Google Daydream, it fully supports all of the existing experiences that are already available for the Google Daydream View VR headset.
Daydream solar farm is being developed by leading Australian renewables company Edify Energy and will utilise a single-axis tracking system with panels that track the sun to maximise generation capacity throughout the day.
The fruits of this multi-year effort with Google now offer customers choice in Daydream headsets -- from smartphone VR to standalone VR.
For example, the following is a daydream that was recorded by a 19-year-old woman who was undecided about her major:
We know that all children daydream, so the concern to be addressed is whether there is something going on that is more than typical daydreaming and is interfering with a child's ability to learn in the classroom.
Daydream Designs increased profits in their graphic design area by 94% as a result of taking on Ffion.
The study showed the top times for a daydream are 10.
Hotel chain Travelodge quizzed more than 2,000 workers across a range of jobs and found that the favourite times to daydream are 10:47am, 1.
The Welsh mezzo-soprano signed copies of her new album Daydream and met fans who queued at the HMV store on Queen Street, Cardiff.
Triangular Clouds in sunset skies Strawberry streams that catch your eyes Trees of gold and silver bark All inside my daydream park.
Summary: Sixteen hopefuls have been flown to Daydream Island in Australia for the finals of The Best Job In The World competition.