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Bionic Eye could provide sight for Stevie Wonder

Shawn Kelly, a senior systems scientist at Carnegie Mellon University, has developed a computer chip that translates camera images into electrical pulses that the nerves inside the brain can understand. The result is vision.

Cyborg artist Neil Harbisson uses his Eyeborg to listen to colour

Neil Harbisson: I Listen To Color (Meet the First Legally Recognized Cyborg That Can Hear Colors) Neuroscience, Cyborg, Futuristic Technology, Augmentation

Nod ring - gesture based control

The Nod Bluetooth ring aims to be an always on gesture controller for all your smart devices.

The world's first synthetic organ transplant~In June 2011, surgeons in Sweden carried out the world's first synthetic organ transplant. The cells were grown on the scaffold for just two days before transplantation into the patient. Since the cells used to regenerate the trachea were the patient's own, there was no chance of rejection by his immune system.

A cancer patient is headed toward recovery after receiving the worlds first artificial trachea. The synthetic windpipe was created by seeding the patient’s own stem cells onto an.

Materials scientist John Rogers and his firm MC10 have developed flexible electronic circuits that stick directly to the skin like temporary tattoos and monitor the wearer's health.

Biostamp temporary tattoo electronic circuits by Materials scientist John Rogers and his firm have developed flexible electronic circuits that stick directly to the skin like temporary tattoos and monitor the wearer's health.

Artist Ariana Page Russell has dermatographia, a condition in which lightly scratching your skin causes raised, red lines where you’ve scratched. It affects roughly 5 percent of the population, but Ms. Russell is the only one who has turned her puffy, ruddy, sensitive skin into elaborately patterned high art.

Artist Ariana Page Russell: has a rare skin condition called dermatographia that causes red, raised lines to appear on skin whenever its lightly scratched. body-as-canvas art