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TítuloJustin Worst, an archaeologist and member of the Grindhouse Wetware collective, shows an LED device installed below his skin and activated by a magnet, at Grindfest, an annual meetup of biohackers, in Tehachapi, Calif.
Fecha20180414
CiudadTEHACHAPI
PaísUSA
AgenciaCONTACTO
Autor / The New York Times / Redux
CategoríaNEW
Origen NYTNS
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Copyrights2018 © ARDEN WRAY / The New York Times / Redux / NYTNS / CONTACTO
DescripciónJustin Worst , an archaeologist and member of the Grindhouse Wetware collective, shows an LED device installed below his skin and activated by a magnet, at Grindfest, an annual meetup of biohackers, in Tehachapi, Calif. , April 14, 2018. Less than a decade old, grinding is the anti establishment fringe of a biohacking movement that’s increasingly in the zeitgeist. (Arden Wray The New York Times)
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BIOHACK
BODY MODIFICATION
CALIFORNIA
GATHERING
GRINDFEST
GRINDING
MAGNETS
MEDICAL
NORTH AMERICA
TATTOOS
TECHNOLOGY