Creating bioproof, flexible wiring for the body
Okay, so conductive tattoos seem to be out because of the body's natural conductivity and the only available solutions' high level of resistance before tattooing. Which leaves me with a question: how should we make bioproof wiring?
Basically a proper subdermal wire seems to need 3 things:
- some flexibility
- a small size
Here's my proposal: get some thin tissue paper. Stitch a zigzag pattern on it out of conductive thread. Take that and coat it in some type of flexible bioproofing material (what are the options?). Give it a tug to break the paper inside, and then you have a stretchy biocompatible wire ready to be run under the skin.
Anyone have any better ideas? One that would make a more compact wire for the body suitable for running all over?