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  • Welcome H311B01, glad you found us. I really appreciate your enthusiasm, but I'm with JakePunk on this one. The implants you're interested in are all pretty top tier. I would plan to devote a significant chunk of time (3 months to a year) to ea…
  • Ha, I saw another one of your posts on this subject and PM'd you before I realized you posed the question here. So I did some research and it appears the Amiibos use an NTAG215 chip, whereas most implants use NTAG216 chips. The major difference…
  • @chironex Thanks for all the footwork you're doing for science, and especially thanks for constantly updating us on your progress. I always look to your next post.
  • @nothot I suspect that we both feel the similarly about the imperfections of the human body. I'm not advocating for the viewpoint that God created humanity, just working to understand those who do. My cursory research did not uncover any sp…
  • I'm a Technologist by trade, so the transition from technology being part of my life to part of my body was an easy one. I suppose the first stepping stone that lead me to this point was reading an article that referenced FM-2030, followed by …
  • Just out of curiosity, what are you looking to get out of your interaction with the forum? Did you plan to come and learn new things, engage with the community socially, or maybe acquire resources to engage in your own augmentations? I came ori…
  • If you're willing to get a voluntary implant that will improve upon your natural abilities, it's as though you're denying the perfection of our natural forms. I feel it's only fair to specify that you mean Christianity when generalizing like th…
  • I feel that science is the fallback point which the grinding community relies on to provide a natural immunity to fascism. Scientific progress of the kind that we are engaging in is an inherently collectivist endeavor. Any out-group that we encounte…
  • I hope I'm not being unreasonable here, but I was fine without any pain management. You already have some experience with implantation. As long as you can manage any anxiety beforehand you should be fine.
  • I wouldn't be too concerned. I had mine done a month ago and the pain became dull by the second day and only barely noticeable by the fifth. I'd avoid the cold water bath because it will make your skin contract, which probably isn't helping it heal.…
  • Hey RaelAdir. It's possible the case that holds the card has some functionality as well. As far as I know, these contactless payment methods have three parts: >an immutable ID portion >a rewritable memory portion >a coil Someti…
  • In prototyping scenarios, I often use 3D printing to create enclosures for electronics. PCL could be used as a casing for implantable electronic assemblies to soften edges (although the underlying components would need to be biocompatible, consideri…
  • Not directly related, but still an interesting development on this front: [https://www.marcteyssier.com/projects/mobilimb/] I feel that the MobiLimb could be easily reverse engineered as well. There is a bit more documentation on the actual d…
  • A company called Myo has created a gesture control armband that can detect hand movements via the tensing of muscles in the user's upper arm. You could probably use their apk to develop an interface for pretty much any device. So that's the output d…
  • My first thought is the patch route, rather than modification. Electronics are getting pretty small these days, so much so that some labs are working on augmented reality contact lenses: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bionic_contact_lens] As for…