SHIFT: Biohacking Documentary

Published on May 21, 2015



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Will using technology to improve and enhance our bodies be the next step in human evolution? In this documentary, futurist Nik Badminton guides us through three streams of the global biohacking movement: wearables, implantables, and superhuman exoskeletons. We also interview Pacific Northwest innovators (VitalSines, Dangerous Things, Prosthesis: The Anti-Robot) and find out how anyone with a computer–not just scientists and doctors–can use technology to alter and change the normal biology of living things.

Produced with support of TELUS.

FEATURED TECHNOLOGISTS:
Nik Badminton: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/nikolas-badminton/
Amal Graafstra: https://dangerousthings.com/
Jonathan Tippett: http://www.anti-robot.com/
Sarah Goodman: http://www.iheartalive.com/
23andMe: http://www.23andMe.ca

CREDITS:
Hosts: Steve Adams, Sean Horlor
Director/Producer/Writer: Steve Adams, Sean Horlor
DOP: Bjorn Hermannes
Camera Operator: Bjorn Hermannes, Sean Cox, Sean Avery
Editor: Steve Adams, Sean Horlor
Colour: Scott McKenzie
Original Music: Jeff Cancade
Post-Production Sound: Miguel Araujo, Joey Godard

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