Part of a community of body hackers, open-source transhumanists, and body modification fanatics who have decided not to take nature's limitations sitting down.
Biohacking the Eye to See Infrared
I hate rainbows. Sure, they symbolize many positive things to different cultures: peace, sexual identity, a bridge to heaven. But I hate real rainbows. Every time I see one of those clown-colored frowns in the sky, I’m reminded of the limitations of human perception. Of the vast wavelengths that span the electromagnetic spectrum, humans can see a mere 2.3 percent of it, if measured on a logarithmic scale. Those mocking slivers of light we call rainbows? They’re just a fraction of the real picture.