Homo technicus part 3


The nose connects the air ducts of Homo technicus with the environment. It is located in the upper part of the body and is characterized by the presence of a fan that takes the passing air inwards. Periodic cleaning of dust and fine particles is important for the proper functioning of the device.


The ear is a pair of sensory organs, part of the auditory system. Its device includes an internal amplifier that requires a power source: main power via an AC adapter, batteries or a USB port. With the help of the ear Homo technicus perceives music, speech or other sound signals.


The kidney is an anatomical organ in the Homo technicus body designed to filter low voltage power circuits and thus protects Homo technicus from electric shocks that can be fatal.


The vein of Homo technicus is a local data channel that provides consistent communication to associated directly connected peripherals such as hard disks (HDDs).


The aorta is the main channel for data transmission, part of the cardiovascular system of Homo technicus. When serially connected to a computer, network switch, modem, or digital subscriber line (DSL), it forms a local area network (LAN).


The stomach is a non-volatile storage device. The information is stored by magnetic recording on plates covered with a special coating. The data is available until it is deleted by the Homo technicus itself.


The ​​Carbohydrate is a backup energy source for Homo technicus. It consists of one or more electrochemical cells with external connections for powering electrical devices. The energy that comes from the carbohydrate battery has a limited capacity.


Vitamin C is a hardware supplement that has a beneficial effect on the body of Homo technicus. It increases the capacity for storing, archiving and transferring data. It connects to the hardware port of the respective device.