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Cyborg Lives
Understanding our Cyborg lives, redescribing our reality
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Machine Beauty and Our Bionic Future

Machine Beauty and Our Bionic Future | Cyborg Lives | Scoop.it

Welcome to the brave new world of Machine Beauty, where our new willingness to replace our limbs with superior prosthetic devices hints at our technological future as a species. Maybe futurist Ray Kurzweil was right after all when he predicted the merging of man and machine within our lifetime as part of the great Singularity.


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Story-Hack: Where Storytelling and Technology Meet

Story-Hack: Where Storytelling and Technology Meet | Cyborg Lives | Scoop.it

"Many storytellers find that they lack the basic concepts of technology (from web design to coding). Likewise technologists have difficulty developing engaging narratives for their projects. Connecting the two groups is the primary focus of the New York transmedia community. This is how it began" ...


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Transfer Data Through The Human Body To Your Devices

Transfer Data Through The Human Body To Your Devices | Cyborg Lives | Scoop.it
Ericsson aims to turn our anatomy into a USB key -- a bridge between gadgets with its 'Connected Me' technology.

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Using virtual worlds to 'soft control' people's movements in the real one

Using virtual worlds to 'soft control' people's movements in the real one | Cyborg Lives | Scoop.it
Computer science researchers at Northwestern University have developed a way to exert limited control on how people move, pushing them out of their regular travel patterns. The key: tapping into some of their cell phone applications.

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