Bryan Singer beams the internet straight into your brain, in the trailer for H+

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Watch the first trailer for Bryan Singer's futuristic webseries H+, in which the population has ditched smart phones for brain implants. And of course, it all goes horribly wrong.


Here's a quick synopsis:

H+: The Digital Series takes viewers on a journey into an apocalyptic future where technology has begun to spiral out of control, a future where 33% of the world's population has retired its cell phones and laptops in favor of a stunning new device – an implanted computer system called H+.

This tiny tool allows the user's own mind and nervous system to be connected to the Internet 24 hours a day. But something else is coming… something dark and vicious… and within seconds, billions of people will be dead… opening the door to radical changes in the political and social landscape of the planet - prompting survivors to make sense of what went wrong.


No word yet on when the series is set to go online, but rumor has it, it will air by 2011. Fingers crossed for this one, the FX are pretty compelling. Let's hope the story works as well!

[via Quiet Earth]

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When, oh when, will Hollywood quit being so damn hostile in regards to transhumanism? This "science goes horribly wrong" nonsense will slow human progress by making the dumb feel frightened and intimidated by human augmentation.

Bring on brain implants, I say. With communication between the minds, our rate of information exchange would be faster than it ever was before, and thus the growth of humanity's knowledge base will accelerate to speeds of which we've never before seen.

I can't wait for a popular production that paints human augmentation and transhumanism in a positive light, as opposed to doomsaying that feeds off human ignorance and fear.