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Title:   EroTech Industries
Author:   Atmospheric Henry Ross
Country:   CA
Faculty:   Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design Fine Arts Program
     
Field:   3C
Category:   undergraduate
 
 
Title:
EroTech Industries
 
Title in English:
 
Headline:
The Future Of Intimacy is Now
 
Headline in English:
The Future Of Intimacy is Now
 
Description of Idea
I created this website as a reaction to developments within the biotech industry. I feel that we are beyond the point of no return in regards to technological developments, and feel that a dialogue must begin in order for people to fully understand and deal with the world that we are moving towards. With EroTech, I hope to engage the viewer in such a way that they question their own ideas and mores concerning human sexuality in the modern age.
 

Average rating:   10
Number of rates:   1
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Date:   2004-02-03 01:40:16 CET
Comment:
not working. eep.
Author:   Evileeta
Date:   2003-12-03 22:36:49 CET
Comment:
This is one of the most subversive sites I've ever stumbled upon. It's pure genius. Damn straight it'll raise questions. A living organism developed for orgasms. I showed a few folks the page and they became quite riled up, "UnGodly, Immoral", the usual spew that narrow minds spit out. I still haven't told them it's not real. I just find it fascinating and horrible at the same time. Excellent work!
Author:   boobies
Date:   2003-12-01 18:21:11 CET
Comment:
Droool...I wonder if they have any demo versions I could test drive??
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Date:   2003-11-08 18:56:22 CET
Comment:
now its working again!! it was put on to another server.
Author:   uh oh
Date:   2003-10-19 23:14:55 CET
Comment:
the link to the site doesn't work anymore. [:(]
Author:   Kevin
Date:   2003-10-02 14:56:25 CET
Comment:
Great Work. A lot of effort seems to be put in to this work, it's almost perfect.
Author:   Yule Heibel
Date:   2003-09-02 22:25:16 CET
Comment:
If you could afford it at US$34K, you could probably get them to build you a custom model. In the imaginary world of Erotech, of course. And I have to add: this thing is so effectively gross-looking that I'm almost tempted to take the picture off my site. But you know what they say: a picture is worth a thousand words, and as the creator of this fiction says, "I created this website as a reaction to developments within the biotech industry. I feel that we are beyond the point of no return in regards to technological developments, and feel that a dialogue must begin in order for people to fully understand and deal with the world that we are moving towards." See, I'm not too partial to those moralistic words (even though I agree, but I don't like the style), but I really dig the approach and style of the website because it's done so seriously and in the language of research, science, and progress. It's artistically effective.
Author:   Miko
Date:   2003-08-25 09:19:00 CET
Comment:
A great and positive example of how to create a manipulative meme. But this one os brilliant, it's very ironic almost bizzare. Thats what it makes so powerful. It's educational in a subtile way. Very good!!!
Author:   Yule Heibel
Date:   2003-08-14 06:14:16 CET
Comment:
Brilliant, and scary.
Author:   Radiodead
Date:   2003-08-13 23:53:29 CET
Comment:
Sickening... and oh so completely brilliant. I love it.
 
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