Throughout history, technological and cultural progress has freed up human experience. However, how we experience the world is limited by the sensory receptors given to us at birth. Human Augmentation Research & Technology (HART) envisions a future where the constraints of human biology dissolve, and new ways of experiencing the world arise by giving people freedom of experience. HART’s long-term goal is a platform where anyone can download new senses for their haptic devices and raise awareness of the subject of human augmentation.
|Organisation||Eindhoven University of Technology|
|Contact||Brigitte van der Lugt|