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christopher-hawkins:

Silver Sentinel vs the Electric Jellyfish at the 2nd annual Robot Disco Dance Competition. Bring It On!!

Eco-Anarchists target Scientists

Basic neuro-interfacing? Check. Driverless cars? Check. Rediculously powerful trans-national corporate entities? Check. Militant anarchist cells targeting scientific research groups?

There’s no way that that’s going… Huh. Well, that shows what I know. Check.

#Cyberpunk #Futureshock #Anarchy #Science

Rebuilding the Human Body

In the glow of the adverts, we find ourselves. I wonder if we ever truly sleep - moving through this haze of light and sound. This waking dream, incandescent in it’s glory, entrances me. I find you illuminated, by the abyss, cold alloy touching your hand.

In the glow of the adverts, we find ourselves. I wonder if we ever truly sleep - moving through this haze of light and sound. This waking dream, incandescent in it’s glory, entrances me. I find you illuminated, by the abyss, cold alloy touching your hand.

futurist-foresight:

Wearable tech - very cyberpunk.
emergentfutures:

Wearable Tech: Welcome to the Future of Fashion


Gadgets continue to shrink in size and adapt to free up our hands, making it more convenient than ever for users to multitask.
Taking it a step further, techie fashionistas are beginning to embrace a new wave of wearable gadgets — from the Pebble watch to Google’s sci-fi glasses. It seems like the spyware we used to see in the movies is actually coming to life.
Full Story: Mashable

futurist-foresight:

Wearable tech - very cyberpunk.

emergentfutures:

Wearable Tech: Welcome to the Future of Fashion



Gadgets continue to shrink in size and adapt to free up our hands, making it more convenient than ever for users to multitask.

Taking it a step further, techie fashionistas are beginning to embrace a new wave of wearable gadgets — from the Pebble watch to Google’s sci-fi glasses. It seems like the spyware we used to see in the movies is actually coming to life.

Full Story: Mashable