IN THE cyberdelics incubator wE AIM TO showcase, review and discuss perceptual technologies that have the potential to expand our experience of ourselves and the reality we live in. We ALSO explore a range of cyberdelic concepts and open the discussion on the various aspects of how we can create transformative experiences within these immersive technologies.

 

How can we create a new dimension where your mind/body/consciousness itself becomes the medium? How can we enable new forms of experience that lead to cognitive and creative insights about the nature of reality?

                                             is a jam packed evening of art, music, cutting edge tech, talks and a panel discussion. We will incubate and explore what we have learnt from the psychedelic experience in order to design and evolve a whole new range of altered states of consciousness using mixed reality technology.

 

We invite you to contribute to the collective building of new insight into the cyberdelic movement.

  • 1- Origins of imagination: Why mankind has the drive to create tools to alter the state of consciousness
     

  • 2- What do our current imaging and sensing technologies do to our perception of reality?
     

  • 3- How adaptable is our perception? Can we use technology to test whether reality can become a medium.
     

  • 4- How can we enable new forms of experience that lead to cognitive and creative insights about the nature of reality?
     

  • 5- Which is more for our ability to hack our perception – the content of our experience, or the context within which we interact with it?
     

  • 6- How can artificial senses be used to access a greater dynamic range of reality?
     

  • 7- If our senses are enhanced or augmented will we become distracted – or more mindful and connected?
     

  • 8- How can we incorporate peripheral awareness into our senses?
     

  • 9- How can we measure an Altered States of Consciousness (ASC), achieved through a Cyberdelic Experience?
     

  • 10- What are the potentials and risks of transhumanism, Hyperhumanism, and humanism.