DARPA, the Defense Research Projects Agency, is best known for its role as progenitor of the Internet. Now they want to revolutionize biotechnology.
Here are two amazing videos of the latest amazing DARPA developments.
DARPA’s BCI programs span four major challenges: detect, emulate, restore, & improve.
Hugh Herr was just 17 and one of the best climbers in America when a rock climbing accident resulted in the amputation of his legs.
In the future, a woman with a spinal cord injury could make a full recovery; a baby with a weak heart could pump his own blood. How close are we today to the bold promise of bionics—and could this technology be used to improve normal human functions, as well as to repair us?
Lego provides an interesting prototyping kit for DIY transhumanist designers and developers and has been used for robotics and data visualization as well.
This article was started with the intent to inform regarding Neodymium Implants, which can provide a person with the ability to sense the electromagnetic domain. On the surface, this seems a rather straightforward pursuit, but in the attempt to answer the most important question regarding these implants, the question why, I realized that they are far more than a novel new form of jewelry.
In this inspirational video h+ Chair Natasha Vita-More discusses transhumanism, the future body, extending life, preservation of memories, her amazing experiments with memory preservation following vitrification and revival of c. elegans worms, and more.