Total-Integration Process

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The Total-Integration Process is an implementation of cybertechnology.

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Total-integration process (TIP) describes an information symbiosis between fluid-printed computer circuits and organic matter in which they are placed. The resulting grafts allow a human being, for instance, far greater memory and logic capacity as well as upgraded awareness of his own bodily systems (primarily hormonal, with the result that a man so equipped would be able to regulate the secretion of immunological material to wounded areas or adrenalin to needed muscles).

The process is designed with an eye towards producing a new breed of fighting-man, half organic, half machine. Genem also uses several of the planets it owns by contract for weapons system testing areas.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

The process is currently being developed by Genem, Inc. for use under extreme combat situations.

The company is also working on self-designing, building, replicating, and maintaining computer systems using it's current TIP technology.

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References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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