Welcome to the bio-mechanical evolution
In the latest Sonarpilot mirage, Strange Flowers explores a weird world where nature and biomorphic technology are about to converge.
"Strange Flowers", the latest Mirage episode of season 2, explores a world where nature and biomorphic technology are about to converge.
In this world, the boundaries between the natural and the artificial have been blurred beyond recognition. Gene splicing and robotics have been pushed to their limits, resulting in strange new life forms that are neither fully organic nor completely synthetic. These hybrid creations, with their half-machine, half-plant bodies defy all traditional notions of life.
They exist in a realm that is neither fully alive nor fully dead, and their very existence raises questions about the nature of life itself and the long-term risks of technology running out of control.
Watch Sonarpilot's 'Strange Flowers' here
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