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Transcript of ENG102-Research Presentation
1. What is enhancement technologies?
2. How do limited sensory organs effects person’s life?
3. In what way, how do damaged sensory organs effect disabled person’s perception?
4. Is there any differences between disabled people’s perceived reality and healthy people’s?
5. Can enhancement technologies be new sensory organs?
6. What kind of technologies is used in human enhancement?
7. How do enhancement technologies help disabled people?
WHAT IS ENHANCEMENT TECHNOLOGIES
MY CLAIM IS
Human enhancement technologies can manipulate or reshape perceived reality when it is used to improve functions of limited sensory organs because reality can be perceived further by using these technologies, these technological devices can be used as new sensory organs and the reaction of the society for the usage of these technologies can lead to changes in their personality and perceptions.
FINDINGS OF MY RESEARCH
EFFECTS OF ENHANCEMENT TECHNOLOGIES ON PERCEPTION
Human can perceive reality deeper with improved cognitive ability.
NEW SENSORY ORGANS: ENHANCEMENT TECHNOLOGIES
Augmented Reality - Mentally Disabled Children
Virtual Reality - Unilateral Spatial Neglect
Effects of Enhancement Technologies on Personal Identity and Perception
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These technological and biological enhancement tools have significant effects on humans’ sensory organs and cognitive ability, which is very important to perceive our surroundings.
Make up for the perception of disabled people