Connecting Implants Through The Nervous System
I was just about to go to sleep and I got this pretty cool idea. I've always wanted to have an implant that would use bluetooth (or some other way of communication) to communicate different sensor values to your phone / computer. Kinda like the Circadia (http://www.geek.com/chips/man-implants-smartphone-sized-computer-in-arm-to-become-diy-cyborg-1575915/), but WAY smaller. But at some point you might want to put some sensors into different spots around the body or maybe just upgrade your implant by giving it more I/O devices to work with and that would mean taking the implant out, modifying it, and putting it back in. But why not just implant another sensor and let it use the nervous system (or any other tissue) to communicate with other implants?
Would this actually be possible? I feel like this might interfere with the nervous system, but I'm not 100% sure as I don't have the required knowledge. And even if that's not possible. Is there any other conductive enough tissue you could use to achieve this? Or maybe blood?
I don't know if this idea is useful at all, but I just thought I would throw it out there in case someone finds it useful.