Biohackers: Leading humanity down an interesting path

Cybernetic wetware will be a norm in the near future as humans push forward to become part machine

By Shepard Ambellas

(INTELLIHUB) — The development team for Grindhouse Wetware, Tim Cannon and Shawn Sarver, have been consistently pushing forward, achieving groundbreaking results in the world of human cybernetics or “bio hacking”.

It’s something that is simply not up for debate anymore–cyborgs exist and have for awhile.

Cannon and Sarver, the free-thinkers behind Grindhouse Wetware, have been interfaced with technology through digital input and output channels and experiments are being conducted on living humans.

It’s a brave new world as humans are now tinkering with biohacking making old fashioned body piercing seem like child’s play.

The Verge reported:

“Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been telling people that I want to be a robot,” said Cannon. “These days, that doesn’t seem so impossible anymore.” The pair call themselves grinders — homebrew biohackers obsessed with the idea of human enhancement — who are looking for new ways to put machines into their bodies. They are joined by hundreds of aspiring biohackers who populate the movement’s online forums and a growing number, now several dozen, who have gotten the magnetic implants in real life.

Interestingly enough, just like the godfathers of the freestyle motocross movement, this underground biohacker duo may set new standards for human-kind.

However, how humans use the technology remains to be seen.


Shepard Ambellas IconWriter Bio:
Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture.