Cyborg technology

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  • Organism : A living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independentlySix Million Dollar Man
  • (Latin: sono-, sound + Greek: chromat-, color + Greek: -opsia, visual condition).
  • Harbission is able to discern the differences in the colors on the paint palette in front of him by wearing a headset integrated with a digital camera connected to a backpack containing a computer which slows down the frequency of the light waves to the frequency of the sound waves. The translated tone is heard through an earpiece.
  • Cyborg technology

    1. 1. Cyborg Technology
    2. 2. What is cyborg?  It is combination of machine & man  A cyber genetic organism  Overcoming human limitations  Famous movie “Iron Man”
    3. 3. Lots of cyborgs  Man with :      C-leg Pacemaker Insulin pumps Hearing aids Night vision And more…
    4. 4. Neil Haribsson  First official “Cyborg”  He is an Irish-British-Spanish artist  He born colorblind  Dartinton College of Arts But, he paints… How??? Answer “EYEBORG”
    5. 5. Eyeborg  Helping the Haribisson to listen to color  He has to remember different frequencies for different colors
    6. 6. Eyeborg simplified Color sensor Processor / Frequency generator Hearing Aid
    7. 7. Haribsson’s sonochromatic scale  Developed & used – 2004  360 notes  Each corresponds to specific degree on color wheel
    8. 8. Pure Sonochromatic Scale  Developed & used – 2005  Based on transposition of sound frequencies
    9. 9. Advantages of cyborgs  Prolongs life  Enables one to lead a normal life  Improves the quality of life
    10. 10. Disadvantages cyborgs  Training is needed for doctors  They are all expensive  Feeling ‘different’ to everyone else  The risk of rejection/infection  Pain during operation

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