Murderous Bio-Mechanical Sculptures (UPDATE)

 - Sep 12, 2008   Updated: Apr 7 2011
References: & ilovebadthings
This Lethal Injection Attack Droid from Christopher Conte is a bit more twisted than his normal pieces. It was made with recycled stainless steel, titanium, and machined aluminum with a vintage glass syringe.

Christopher Conte's bio-mechanical sculptures have been covered before on Trend Hunter. Check out the link below for Conte's other work, which includes bio-mechanical spiders, skulls and insects.

Implications - Robotics and mechanics are reaching new areas of science and medicine, making traditional methods in both fields obsolete. Not too far into the future from now, doctors will be able to rely on mechanical devices like this droid by Christopher Conte to administer drugs and execute other medical practices. Thus, a whole new realm of medicine and science will be created that makes room for similar or related technological devices.