A weekend cyborg art exhibition is going on in New York. Just FYI - catching these stories gets you names of artists interested in human-tech integration, which = new presentation intro slides and wallpapers for your PC. Behold Cyberdine (via IO9).
And after writing that, I thought, "Hey... I got some more related stories..."
- Ancient medical illustrations from the mysterious 'Orient' have been placed online, along with 3D models of early wax medical models.
- A vibrating interface for a blind artist (I swear I posted this before, but it was still flagged).
- On the art of wordsmithing - influential scientists divulge the books that inspired them.
- EEG controlled robots as part of another art exhibit.
- A similar neuro-art rundown was posted a while back on Developing Intelligence.