DARPA Brain Chips Can Implant Or Remove Memories. What if we all already have these in our heads and we don't know? O.o

DARPA Brain Chips Can Implant Or Remove Memories

Just when you thought that intelligence agencies have got all of that brainwashing and mind control techniques down pat, along comes the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and their effort in developing new brain chips

Garment and projection surface... so good.

Hussein Chalayan - Smart textiles Lights within fabric and fashion(Wearable Technology Design)

Futuristic, Alexander McQueen for Givenchy, fall-winter 1999-2000

Kim Andrews さんの Cyberpunk ボードのピン

Futuristic ''circuit-board-girl' Gisele Bündchen on the runway for Alexander McQueen while he was at Givenchy , Paris , Autumn-Winter . Givenchy Haute-Couture Ready-to-wear .

Protocell Trainers by Shamees Aden--made of synthetic "proto-cells" that would adapt to a runner's movements, and regenerate when soaked in a nutrient fluid overnight. Timeline? 2050. Maybe.

Protocell trainers made from 3D-printed protocells by Shamees Aden

Wearable Futures: London designer and researcher Shamees Aden is developing a concept for running shoes that would be from synthetic biological material and could repair themselves overnight.

Glowing cyber collar (Artifice Tron sample ready to ship) white in regular light, glows glowstick yellow green in the dark

Glowing cyber collar (Artifice Tron sample ready to ship) white in regular light, glows glowstick yellow green in the dark

Fashion as Art - sculptural fashion with strong geometric lines, using fabric manipulation to create 3D shapes & dramatic structure // Michele Castellano

Bast Magazine June 2013 - Gabriel’s Dissonance Model: Echo Nittolitto Makeup and Hair: Hayley Kassel Stylist: Mirey Enverova Stylist Assistant: Agnes Hamerlik Photographer: Kayoua Xion Garments by Michele Castellano. Shoes by D.

Transparent Plexiglas moulding from plaster body-cast by Studio van der Graaf for Alexander McQueen at Givenchy , Paris : F/W 1999 .

Body-moulded Plexiglas by Studio van der Graaf for Alexander McQueen at Givenchy . Sheet acrylic thermoformed onto plaster body-cast . ( video stills from McQueen at Givenchy, Paris , F/W 1999 )

Givenchy by Alexander McQueen, Fall Winter 1999 | Photographed by Thierry Orban | Sarah Burton: ‘I remember one collection - the prêt-à-porter autumn/winter 1999-2000 collection - which involved a model in a Perspex robotic body. The guy who made the robot told us ten minutes before the model walked out, “If she sweats in the suit, she’s going to electrocute herself. So tell her not to sweat”.

“ Givenchy by Alexander McQueen, Fall Winter 1999 Ready-to-Wear. Photographed by Thierry Orban. Sarah Burton: ‘I remember one collection - the prêt-à-porter autumn/winter collection - which involved a model in a Perspex robotic body.

This picture is a good representation of the singularity theory. It represents technology becoming just as strong as we are.   http://www.ted.com/talks/ray_kurzweil_on_how_technology_will_transform_us

I chose Tandy Lau's pin to represent the Convergence Media chapter. This picture shows the singularity theory. In this theory it is believed that as technology progresses robots will become as strong and intelligent as humans.

> Futurism

bitforms Recommended Reading List [part See Yourself Sensing: Redefining Human Perception by Madeline Schwartzman explores the “intersection between design, the body, science and the senses”.

Alexander Mcqueen for Givenchy FW 1999

Givenchy Fall 1999 Ready to Wear, photography: Thierry Orban . Flashing LED bodice by Kees van der Graaf for Alexander McQueen at Givenchy Fall/Winter 1999 .

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