Items tagged with human augmentation

If there's one thing that can be said about Razer, it's that that company truly loves gaming (especially on the PC), and of course its gamer customers that lay down the smack with its products. We began to appreciate that passion from the company way back in 2010, when it introduced a human intravenous gaming solution, simply called Venom. Equipped with gold-plated needles to suit five different vein sizes, Venom helped keep the seriously committed gamer energized for up to four days of continuous gaming glory. Who wouldn't feel the temptation? As true as it is that Razer is committed to helping gamers improve their performance, it's also true that technology never stops evolving. Thus,... Read more...
Americans have incredibly varied opinions about technologies that could potentially enhance human health, wellness and abilities. The Pew Research Center surveyed Americas regarding gene editing that would reduce the risk of illnesses in babies, computer implantations that would improve a person’s ability to concentrate and process information, and synthetic blood transfusions that would improve a human being’s speed, strength, and stamina. Most Americans appear to expect and welcome artificial human augmentation or technologies that could aid babies, however, they are not enthusiastic about the prospects of brain chip implants.Most of those surveyed had some apprehensions about human augmentation,... Read more...
Rejoice! Celebrate! Take a day off of work just to enjoy your 5-pack when it arrives! Razer, a company that has made itself famous by producing gamer-approved input devices (mice and keyboards, mostly), just introduced something that will maybe...no, definitely...change the way gamers game, forever. And ever. The product is called Venom, and it's nothing like what you think. It's designed to allow gamers to play all night long, always able to push through for "one more round." It's "scientifically proven to boost your senses and take down any signs of fatigue," allowing gamers to clock "up to over 100 hours of gaming in one sitting." It's a new record just waiting to happen, and you can be the... Read more...