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The Technology Behind Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Litter from the city streets shudders and churns to life in the brisk Detroit breeze. Amber floodlights set the eddying debris aglow like ash raining down upon the city. A bouquet of burning tires and mustard gas accompanies the clamor of riots in the distance. Stepping out onto the third floor balcony, you switch on your retinal implants and survey the avenue below, noting temperature differentials and air composition. Infrared ghosts glimmer within the buildings beneath, but a quick spectral analysis reveals no danger. The phone rings, and you answer without moving. The contact’s voice is transmitted directly into your skull, stimulating the tympanum of your inner ear. The voice in your head advises you to keep moving, and the call ends with a click. A gesture to a keypad embedded in your forearm produces a muted flashing as you vanish from sight…
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