bionic code

A problem-solving routine for human behavior as it is exercised in the realm of networks and cyberspace.

Historical perspective: The first bionic codes were developed by Ebon Fisher based on a series of theatrical experiments involving communication systems among audience members. Fisher's bionic codes have been formalized as a series of diagrams and statements that "float" in the infosphere in a variety of media. Ebon Fisher was one of the first guerrilla artists and instructors at the MIT Media Lab, and he has been developing the bionic codes since 1990. Fisher's codes also appear on stickers, T-shirts, the "ALULA Dimension" Web site, in a video, and as exhibits at art galleries in New York City.

See also : cascade  bionic  
NetLingo Classification: Net Technology