The Kathari Remote Terminal Bio Matter (RTBM) allows full manipulation, augmenting, and supercharging of the body’s electrical impulses and nervous system to display and transfer data and information.
Along with it’s own ability to engineer uploaded data into a visual and physical spectrum, the Bio Matter turns any organic compound it bonds with into a projector that allows for direct manipulation and control at a cellular level.
Once bonded with the Bio Matter, the host (sometimes referred to as a “Controller”) needs only to think or gesture, and an instantaneous connection and transfer is bounced between the Controller and the RTBM.
The Bio Matter can conform to any shape that the Controller dictates. For example, bonding to the Controller’s temple could produce an ocular display rather than from a hand or limb as pictured here.
In contrast, it could grow to the size of a backpack, attaching to the Controller’s back, making essentially the entire body a live projector.
The RTBM also allows the Controller to transfer or display data via any surface as well as transferring to another controller bonded with an RTBM. This allows for a rapid and easy transfer of information.
RTBM’s are made from a combination of ceramic, metal and synthesized organic tissue. The Bio Matter is grown, like any living thing, around the Terminal itself, bonding it completely as one entity once fused together.
Using the RTBM INTERLINK module, data transfer between the Terminal and Data Storage units is possible.
The INTERLINK attaches to the Terminal via a magnetic seal, and allows organic matter to extend through the Interlink, into the drives, where it collects the data.
The Data Storage units are easily interchangeable, and can connect with one another to combine or sort large sets of information and data.
Design and Art Direction / Kristoffer Brady
Client / Parallel Studios
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