Tja, jetzt wo die Frage nach der Sonnenbrille (ihr wisst schon, Projektion von Daten auf – will man das tragen – das Brillenglas, so Cybermässig) dank Nanotechnologie unter der Haut auch gelöst wäre, kann man doch eigentlich beruhigt in die Zukunft blicken.

Nanogirl Dermal Display
In his book Nanomedicine, Volume I: Basic Capabilities [available on the web at http://www.nanomedicine.com/NMI.htm ], Robert A. Freitas Jr. describes [in section 7.4.6.7 (page 204)] a “programmable dermal display” in which a population of about 3 billion display pixel robots would be permanently implanted a fraction of a mm under the surface of the skin, covering a rectangle 6 cm x 5 cm on the back of the hand. Photons emitted by these pixel bots would produce an image on the surface of the skin. This pixelbot array could be programmed to form any of many thousands of displays. Each display would be capable of two functions: (1) presenting to the user data received from the large population of medical bots that roam the user’s body; (2) conveying instructions from the user to that same large population of bots. The display could be activated or deactivated by finger tapping on the skin. This 3-minute animation illustrates the motions and live interaction of these display screens.

via Engadget

(PS: Unbedingt das Video ansehen.)

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2 Responses

  1. ti.ma

    Fantastisch! Ich frage mich ja schon seit einiger Zeit, wann es wohl -dank Nano-Technologie- die ersten “echten” “in-Ear-headphones”-Implantate gibt.