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HyperConnectivity – Connected yet, alone

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Technology is present in a large part of our daily lives. From the way we interact with each other to the way we entertain ourselves. We learn, move and work through screens, with all the information at our fingertips.  

Subjecting ourselves to hyperconnectivity not only affects our perception, habits and behaviour, but can also alter our posture and body habits, our muscles or the very morphology of our brains.