Subdermal Resonant Circuits and Permanent Magnet Assembly for Muscle Memory Training
Hey guys! I have been kicking around an idea for a while now, and I want some feedback. I will hopefully upload a drawing later today to illustrate the concept further. Essentially, I want to make a small implant assembly that can read muscular impulses and create muscular impulses.
The idea is this:
Let us say that I want to learn how to do a tornado kick or draw a perfect circle, or I want to correct the way that I walk or learn a new dance. I would attach an electrode on my skin over the subdermal assembly (using the permanent magnets (one in the subdermal assembly and one in the electrode above the skin)) connected to muscle groups that I will be using to perform this task, and set an external device "the device" (raspberry pi?) to record the electrical impulses from my muscle movements as I perform the task slowly. After I perform it correctly, and narrow the recording to the signals I want, I set "the device" to play back the signal to the muscle groups in sequence at increasing speed until it is at full speed. The signal is repeated constantly until the set of muscle movements are locked in the brain as muscle memory. The idea is that this could greatly reduce the time to learn a new physical activity.
The Subdermal Assembly Includes:
Resonant Circuit A (RCA): Resonant circuit at x hz powers transistor or relay to close RCB. This is a safety circuit to prevent electromagnetic interference from disabling the user when the device is not in use.
Resonant Circuit B (RCB): Resonant circuit at y hz sends and receives signal between the device and muscle. It contains a gold wire electrode mesh on the bottom of the assembly that touches the muscle. To record information from the muscle, a VERY small voltage is applied to RCB so that it is in resonance with the external electrode. When the RCB picks up the muscular impulse from its gold wires on the muscle it transmits that impulse to the device. Much like striking a tuning fork. I say gold mesh because that was the first thing to come to mind. Maybe some other material would work better and be cheaper?
Permanent magnet: This sits in the center of the assembly and antenna coils from RCA and RCB. Its primary purpose is to easily locate the subdermal assembly under the skin and to keep the external electrode close to it by gently drawing the two together. The electrode will still need some adhesive to keep it in place but this will greatly speed up locating the implant without having to mark the skin above. This magnet also acts as minor shielding for the resonant coils by reducing some of the background noise because of the strong local field.
Assembly Housing: This would either be silicone or medical grade epoxy. After all the pieces are in place, the whole assembly would be inserted into a mold to seal it, save for the electrode mesh on the bottom.
External Electrode Assembly:
This would include two resonant circuits operating at x and y hz, and a central permanent magnet. Also there would be circuitry to transmit the signal to and from "the device" itself.
I would like to hear your opinions on this. If this was discussed in an earlier post please let me know because I clearly missed it haha. I am good at soldering and I know a fair amount about electronics but it is not my specialty. I am not so worried about the actual implanting of multiple devices like this, but more on the concept itself. It is not that I do not want to hear of potential ways of implanting if you can think of them but I do not want that to be the main topic. Also, if you agree with the way I discussed or if you do not let me know. I know it would be a pretty invasive way to not have to practice, but hey! life is short. ;)