I felt that now was a good time for an update on the exo-footware. in the midst tweaking software and hardware for the exo-voice, a few out of town gigs and a glorious detroit summer-all of which will recieve their own posts-Ive been wearing the “exo-feet” daily.
Ryo Fujimoto is Humanelectro, the cyborg beatboxer/musician.
The human immune system is a protective force honed by millions of years of evolution to provide a broad, yet thorough opposition to entities that harm the human body.
Millions of lives potentially depend on the resilience to cyber attacks of a new generation of “artificial pancreas” and other medical devices.
What does #TheDress sound like to a synaesthetic cyborg?
Is your smartphone really an extended part of your mind?
Cybernetics, Art, and Ideas (1971) by Jasia Reichardt is a lost and out of print masterwork of multimedia, interactive, and computer generated art that will be of interest to transhumanists.
Gareth Branwyn’s latest book, Borg Like Me, takes a slightly unusual route to tell us the story of his Cyborgification, a process that started, of necessity, when he was very young.
Lego provides an interesting prototyping kit for DIY transhumanist designers and developers and has been used for robotics and data visualization as well.
It hasn’t rained once in the 2 months ive been here. I hear that there is a drought. I had forgotten what endless summer is like. well, hmmm…it s more like endless “spring” mornings, “summer” afternoons, and “autumn” evenings in the Bay area. this region has a very strange micro climate that is unique but you get used to it. I used to be…but I find myself consistently surprised by the complete lack of rain since arriving here in may.