MOZART

SciTech

MOZART
[index]
Homer: COMMENTARY 01062106@172311
Homer: COMMENTARY 01062106@173312
Geography: GENEVA MAP 2075 AD World Geodetic Survey
Introduction: Day 2: June 2, 2106
Homer: SCENE-SD/PDRef@5401
Central Processing: EDMOD DATA REFERENCE 01/DEVORE, PETER
Historical Cultural: UNISEX Re: Devore, Peter via Edmod/ Ref.436745@2
Homer: SCENE-SD/PDRef@5402
Homer: COMMENTARY 02062106@184313
Homer: SCENE-AD/Ref@5403

MOZART; MOZARTING; TO MOZART: Mozart technology had a long development, since it was essentially a blend of numerous divergent sciences. At the core of the mozart console was a fifth-generation biocybernon machine, a device used in the late 1980s and early 1990s for full sensory spectrum biofeedback. Primary uses were meditation and health. Later, combined with personal monitors, crystal probes, holographic synaesthesia projection and external limbic system activation, the mozart console developed into the primary performance art form after the late 2060s. Named after an ancient musical composer said to have the ability to hear and remember full orchestral composition in his head and to transcribe them by hand onto ancient fiber-based media without flaw.

Keywords: mozart, ancient, primary, full, late, console


All text © 1986 Rob Swiggart. "Portal : A Dataspace Retrieval" is available courtesy of the Author's Guild Backprint Programme. ISBN: 0595197841

All programming and software © 2002 Salim Fadhley. Released under the GPL. Code available on request.

Updated: Sun Apr 14 2002

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