CHOW#59 - Guest Host: Marco Mazzoni. Topic: Nanotech Gardner
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Nanotech Gardener as suggested by cognition.sb
In charge of maintaining a garden full of species that are part-organic part-machine.
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Last edited by Oblio; February 12th, 2007 at 08:35 AM.
The gardner being built/enchanced by nano technology could in other words look just like a ordinary person since nanos are too small to be spotted by the eye but that wouldn't be creative now would it? Something really sci-fi then, eh, perhpas something along the way of star trek 'borgs'? sounds fun
My thoughts were the garden is the nanotech part. This doesn't necessarily mean the plants are small. It could be a combination between nanotechnology and organics.
Also, if you combine lots of small things and you get something big. You're the scientist here, you define what your tiny bots will do. They could well work as a team and construct a mobile feature around the plants, or manipulate them from the inside out. They can do anything you make them.
The idea was inspired by something I read long ago about experimentation with a partially organic computer that evolved by itself. It was probably fiction, but hey...
If you're really stuck just make a Biotech Gardener.
Originally Posted by dragon4lunch
Oh, like the older lady in Minority Report! Sort of.
Yea, even though she managed purely organics (I think?), that's a fair example of an appropriate character.
Last edited by Simon Boxer; February 12th, 2007 at 10:49 PM.