[Cyborg] 6 ways tech can give you super senses
mrericboyd at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 8 19:20:46 UTC 2013
Huh, interesting. I talked it over extensively with a friend of mine
(we've both been studying "Molecular Biology of the Cell" for the last
year), and it seems pretty plausible. I read a lot of the forum posts
as well, I'm pretty convinced these people know what they are doing, and
what they are doing is fascinating!
I gave them $50, I'm gonna follow their experiment and I'll report back
On 10/8/13 6:34 AM, Robert Picone wrote:
> This reminded me, that this hasn't been on this list yet:
> Basically, it's a kickstarter-style campaign to fund DIY biological
> infrared vision. There had been some successes in the past with their
> method, but it's never been taken as far as they want to take it in
> They also accept bitcoins at 1NKuzQKa7sFedggWM745K725qygATTFooh
> The organizers are talking about it around the web, like on reddit
> <http://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/1n4544/were_crowdfunding_biological_night_vision_in/> and
> Whether this is really cyborg-relevant might be an open question. On
> a basic level, it's just taking supplements while malnourished in a
> specific way... Still, it's a cool hack with the potential to enhance
> the senses.
> On Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 9:08 PM, Eric Boyd <mrericboyd at yahoo.com
> <mailto:mrericboyd at yahoo.com>> wrote:
> North Paw is #2, I found this in the sensebridge referrer logs.
> We've had quite the spike in traffic!
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