Since this here is the unofficial cyborg thread, I want to mention that we probable could use human skin: >>16660
- I'm not saying we should, but it's interesting to know. Not sure if we could replicate it, but we might be able to with some biohacker skills. There are forum for such things. However, when the go the next step with blood vessels it might get messier and messier. Let's just keep it in mind as some fringe or long term option.
One of our unofficial mottos is: "We're optimists, so it's going to be fine."
This is probably going to be out competed by regular hardware. We would need to create some super fungi to make it useful in the first place, I guess. I think, if biology will have any use in robowaifus, it will be for repairing parts which are bend very often. So if anything, then it might become useful for sensors and micro cables in the softer parts.
>> bacteria which seem to create nano wires
> geobacter sulfurreducens
Thanks, it's been a while that I watched the video. I don't remember the strain of bacteria they used in >>13370