Mona Lisa Overdrive by William Gibson:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas

Mona can tap into cyberspace without a computer; Sense/Net star Angie Mitchell can tape her personal experience for everyone to share. Plots, yakuza, cool gadgets. Select an invention:

Bank Chip - a smart credit card

Brainlock - life in the now

Cleaning Machine Warren

Dornier - VTOL surveillance drone

High Orbit Archipelago

House Voice - Thurber's nightmare

Hovercraft - rides on a cushion of air

Korsakov's - mind control

Lunar Concrete

Maas-Neotek Biochip

Polycarbon Exo - a military exoskeleton

Projection Rig - envy of presenters

Recorded Personalities

Sculpted Teeth

SIN (Single Identification Number) - national ID

Suit Designer

Trode-Net - electrode webbing

 

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