Nanex is the name of the technology, developed by Ken Castle, that allows for peoples motor functions to be controlled remotely by third parties. It begins with a single nano cell planted into the motor cortex of the brain. This cell can replicate, replacing the cells around it with perfect copies. These copies contain remote access functionality. Therefore nano plus cortex, equals a "nanex". Every human that undergoes this procedure has a distinct IP address, like a mobile device or notebook computer, but control is strictly localized within the parameters of the gaming environment.