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Etymology: Hyper+Body
Funtion: Noun

1. A Hyperbody is a kind of collective made up by different members that explore their environment with specific logics and ways of behaving and moving. They interact with any nearby element else of the system becoming a sort of a swarm. This structure has to do with parametric and associative way of establishing relationships between every component so that the deviation of one component involves the other ones. This is interconnection of isolated bodies based on parameters, protocols and patterns of behavior, can behave as a very complex responsive system based in simple rules. The Hyperbody is an additive structure in which it does not matter if an element is “on or off” because the whole structure could still be working as a deformable and adaptable network whose strategies are related to movement and propagation of information.



1. Oostehuis, K. (2003). Hyperbodies. Toward an E-motive Architecture. Brikhäuser. 98 p.
2. Valle, D. (2001). Enjambres Sistemas Seguros. Fisuras, 11, p. 26-32.

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