Am I missing something here? I just got an idea while watching an episode of Taboo about body modification. Doctors freak out if we suggest something radical like implanting a tiny, bio-safe coated magnet into our finger in order to extend our sense of touch to detect magnetic fields, but they don't bat an eyelash when we talk about implanting huge blobs of silicone in our boobs, our butts, and just about anywhere else you can think of just to "look good!" Sounds more hypocritical than Hippocratic if you ask me. (Unfortunately, no one ever does.)
Anyways, since they're sticking silicone up under the skin anyway, what's to prevent us from inserting a bio-hack inside the silicone? That would provide a pretty large volume for us to play around with. The main problem I could see would be to somehow make the circuitry as flexible as the silicone containing it so that it wouldn't tear the silicon.
What do you all think? Possibility? Impractical? Stupid idea? I'd love to see some discussion on the feasibility of this.