Co Founder of CyborgNest. The company Cyborg Nest is developing an augmentation of our senses with the Sentero. Thought leader and keynote speaker, presenting and building a positive future where the world learns from each step taken, one step at a time. Over a decade of experience in creating cutting edge technology for impact in the fields of Sensory Enhancement and Human Rights.
Neil Harbisson identifies himself both as a cyborg; he feels he is technology, and as a transpecies; he no longer feels 100% human. His artwork explores identity, human perception, the connection between sight and sound and the use of artistic expression via new sensory inputs. In 2010, he co-founded the Cyborg Foundation with Moon Ribas, an international organization that aims to help humans become cyborgs, defend cyborg rights and promote cyborg art. In 2017, he co-founded the Transpecies Society, an association that gives voice to people with non-human identities and defends the freedom of self-design.
The most technological implants in the body (female) is 52 and was achieved by Anastasia Synn (USA) on the set of Lo Show dei Record in Milan, Italy, on 2 February 2023.
Anastasia has various interactive, technological implants with the most poignant being multiple tributes to her late husband.
Justin Worst, a biohacker with Grindhouse Wetware, showed off the “Northstar,” a small disk-shaped hand implant that Grindhouse is hoping to turn into a gesture recognition device. At the moment it’s a mostly nonfunctional prototype that does little more than light up underneath your skin, but with Northstar 2.0 you could perhaps wave a finger to have your phone pull up a specific app, saving yourself a number of taps in the process.
A gun accident left Rob Spence blind in one eye as a kid. So he put a working camera there. Into his right eye socket.
Experienced Scrum Master with a demonstrated history of working in the biotechnology industry. Skilled in Databases, IT Strategy, Biotechnology, Java, and .NET Framework. Strong business development professional with a Associate of Science (A.S.) focused in Computer Software Engineering from ITT Technical Institute-Indianapolis.
Russ Foxx, using body modification to enhance human abilities. He defined himself as a transhumanist.
The transhuman will be that individual who uses technology to improve skills and abilities such as sight, hearing, physical resistance, memory capacity, professional performance, etc., in such a way that, little by little, we will form a new race of humans that will be the posthumans.
Sophie turned her passion for special effects into crafting innovative, timeless designs to inspire creativity within the medical prosthetics world.
Did you watch Robert Zemeckis’ remake of THE WITCHES this Halloween? If so, did you enjoy it or did something bother you about the appearance of Anne Hathaway’s character? Was it her hands? You may not be alone as criticism has come in claiming the Warner Bros family film is insensitive towards people with Ectrodactyly, a limb abnormality that’s commonly referred to as “split hand.” In a statement, the studio said it “regretted any offense caused.” Those who’ve spoken out against the character say that they’re concerned about the movie sending the wrong message to children, that people with physical abnormalities are villains or should be perceived as scary.
His music teacher, Eric Sanders, was intrigued with what Jason had accomplished and showed him a music video of some work done by an engineer named Gil Weinberg from the Georgia Tech Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines.
Hugh Herr, Aimee Mullins and Hans Georg Näder Speakers discuss new advancements in genetics, regenerative medicine, and biomechatronics that promise to transcend human limitations and end disability as we know it; from optogenetic interfaces with the human nervous system to synthetic appendages that move and feel like biological counterparts. Share