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@Ida is right about that a good logoshould be in 2d. Possibly 2.5d as in one flat thing on top of another.There are 3d logos and even moving logos now... but everyone islooking for the logo that looks good in 2d, in black and white andthat scales well. That means you can use it anywhere.@lda's grinder eye(the one he/she hasas icon) is a very good logo. It's a memorable simple design that'sgeneric. So you get to provide the meaning, the idea to make it astylized eye is brilliant. It's one of those few simple perfect logoswaiting to happen.
mutantur omnia nos et mutamur in illis - All things change, and we change with them
I've been lurking around for a bit and was intrigued by this thread. I'm not a huge fan of the gear motif myself, it feels to antiquated and I doubt gears will take a main role in the future of prosthetics for weight and other reasons, so here's my take on a symbol :)
Someone with better photoshop skills than I (read more patient) can probably do the DNA better. I had something a little better but when I meant to close a layer I accidentally closed the window before saving (v>O<)v