Interactive Bodies (via JWT Intelligence)


The source of this article is the “J. Walter Thompson Intelligence is a center for provocative thinking that focuses on identifying shifts in the global zeitgeist.” In her post of July 27, Jade Perry writes about “interactive acrylic nails for commuters that point toward our cyborg future.” And also:

“Seattle-based company Dangerous Things has seen sales of its biohacking products increase by 700% in two years. ‘Biohacking is, in my opinion, the future of human evolution,’ Amal Graafstra, the company’s founder, explained in a TEDx talk. ‘We have a long way to go between now and a thousand years from now and this is going to be critical to getting the right thing.’”

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