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Transitional Bio Electric Human (Part 2 of 3): A Look A Things to Come..
July 20, 2012
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Based on excerpts from the Sci Fi feature file "2B: The Era of Flesh is Over" www.2Bmovie.com. Terasem Media and Films, one of the film's producing partners is posting this three part look at the future and Transitional Bioelectric Human Beings (TRANSBEMAN).
This short video essay introduces the emerging trend in bio, nano, and computer technologies...the integration of human and machine as the next step in human evolution.
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