While technological advances have resulted in many new wearable products, the ways in which we experience reality are becoming more diverse, but the architecture, which is most closely linked to our way of life, has remained stagnant under the steel frame construction due to technical and material limitations.
It's a futuristic world created based on reality research, and in 2070 ANSA have managed to beat Apple to become the world's largest technology company. The founder, Daniel Woolf, created matching building systems for VR devices.
Because of the invention of surface 1.0 from ANSA, people no longer depend on computers, desks, chairs, and the ground when working. Employees can lie in cocoons and only use eye contact to operate office software, and control the suspension height and operating position of cocoons through the remote control.
When we talk about post-humanism, we always think that electronic devices will become more and more involved in our bodies and our lives, and that machines are just extensions of our bodies. But have we ever wondered if we are just additional parts of giant electronic machines that are replaceable like batteries？