lovetron9000 (content warning)
I am afraid to say that my
haptic subdermal project has degenerated into a strange sub-project, which I call
the lovetron9000. It is a low-cost, low-class grind. This is
transhumanism at its apex!
Here it is in a nutshell: I’m
going to implant a vibrating subdermal implant just above my meat straw, on the
pubic bone. Yes, this means I will continue to be the
world’s greatest lover (eight years in a row in my income division). It is a
crown that I promise to wear with zero humility.
Here is what I’m working with
- A 3v micro vibration
motor, hacked from an old Oral B Pulsar toothbrush
- Plastic straw
(PVC?) from a disposable Bic pen for motor housing.
- An induction coil
hacked out of another broken motorized toothbrush.
- Solder and
- Random bits of
- Parts of another
Bic pen for an on/off switch.
- Hot glue gun.
Now….the power supply. Here is where I am having a problem. I want this thing to run for 15-20 minutes at
a time. In all honesty, that 15-20
minutes is really only going to be 2-3 minutes, but I’d like to design it to go
15-20. I’ll probably use it 2-3 times a
week. Any recommendations on a small rechargeable
power supply? The motor is 3v, 95mA
max. I wish there was a way to do it
with supercapacitors instead of batteries, but I can’t figure out a way to safely
discharge over a 15 minute period.
Also, Inductive charging is
my second choice. I’d really like to use
a kinetic watch winder to recharge the power supply. How would I prevent over-charging? I really want to avoid plugging something
into the wall, holding to my groin, and then trying to make pillow talk with an
already bewildered lover.
I want to fit all of the
components into a super sturdy plastic (or titanium) housing which will feature
little textured nubs. This really brings
a new meaning to the term "Grinding". Happy to