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Discussion in 'General' started by Cub_Nake, Sep 3, 2011.
Cyborgs. The real kind.
Please rename to [REALLY FUCKING WANT] Eyeborg project. Thanks
It's amazing how much prosthetic technology has improved just in the last decade. Cybernetics is one of the few science fiction staples that we may see come to fruition within our lifetimes. And I think its awesome.
And yes, I would pay out the ass for a web-enabled Heads-Up Display eyeball.
Web-enabled Heads-Up Display eye you say?
In b4 Virus that makes said HUD only display Nyan cat or something disgusting (you know the internet, ill let you imagine what could pop up )
and In b4 Microsoft makes an OS for it that horribly fails, and Mac makes one that cost 600$ to change HUD color, and Linux ones that never get a virus, but don't work with most of the functions the eye has.
My eye has Norton.
Oh god that must be horrible! How slow does your eye run?
It must be lagging with x>9000 ping. No wonder he sees the stuff we can't. EYEBORG CHEATS
Besides, still want Aug reality HUDs, epics wins for everythings.
An eye with a HUD would be awesome! I just would rather have one that is not one web-enabled... Even if that means I have to plug a USB Flash Drive into the side of my head to install things to the eye...
Hmm, I wonder I could get an eye that also has an Intel CPU embedded so it can help my brain with mathematics, so I am less horrible at my maths...
Full human augmentation is just around the corner both artificially and genetically. The level of this augmentation is going to bring up some really interesting ethical debate.
I remember watching a documentary on the discovery channel about 2 years ago of this lady who had a nano wire come out from her Visual Cortex that then split into about a 100 hundred different wires plugged into this machine about the size of two desktop computers. It did the same thing that this micro-chip inserted to that guys eye does. Technology and its wonders.
Also I bet Eyeborg was mighty jealous of the guy who had the micro-chip in his eye.
Augmented reality: Pro vision for pros