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Professor Lives Life As a Cyborg

Azraele

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TORONTO (AP) - When you first meet Steve Mann, it seems as if you've interrupted him appraising diamonds or doing some sort of specialized welding. Because the first thing you notice is the plastic frame that comes around his right ear and holds a lens over his right eye.
 

Chaotic42

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Freaky. Makes me want to go camping way off in the wilderness.

Stuff like this creeps me out. :confused:
 

AreaCode707

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That's awesome. Really seems like a feasible next step for a PC, since it's all removable.
 

BurnItDwn

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"It can plug into a variety of computers and devices. One of his common setups involves a computer with a Pentium 4 processor, at least 512 gigabytes of memory and a specialized operating system based on Linux."

impressive, 512GB of ram ....

I hate when people mix up MBs and GBs, Ram and HD space etc.
 

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