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  • @Jupiter Pursuing your fridge-side idea, how about having a relatively thin and flexible layer of iron (or some other magnetically conductive metal) implanted below your skin? Considering the size of your touchscreen device you could distribute the attachment magnets quite well. Maybe also add a layer of foam to further…
  • The battery itself is really awesome, though I just noticed a thing: Maximum charge voltage: 4.35V. If I recall correctly Qi charging has an output of 5V? Just looked it up, on adafruit it says: * Output Voltage: 4.8V - 5.2V * Current: 500mA Both would be too high for the battery without additional electronics, so keep in…
  • @Cathasach I guess so but obviously those magnets are subdermal, so that would be an issue. I think @ChrisBot's mounting is really interessting because it would use a large magnetic area to attacht things instead of just one or two magnets. This could maybe prevent pinching the skin and enable one to wear the attachment…
  • @Cathasach yeah, sure, but it's one thing if I have to take out my phone, tap my arm and are able to transfer files in notime, or if I have to deploy an armband, a powerbank AND your phone to do this. Having to bring so much stuff with you defies the idea of having the storage implanted, don't you think?
  • | else there's not really a point in having the device implanted at all is there Honestly, I don't see the benefit of this project if you had to wear a charger everytime you want to access wour data... You could just put the un-tempered-with WiFi USB stick inside your wallet and have it available at any time. The whole…
  • Just had an idea, probably the most useless bone (though not enitrely useless) is probably the tailbone or Coccyx. It can be removed surgically, and if it's replaced by let's say a titanium placebo, the muscles could be reattached and there shouldn't be complications. Also, my guess is that the bone isn't producing blood…
  • @Jupiter Keep in mind that you are going to need an Arduino to programm the Huzzah in the first place. The inbuilt ESP might be really great for this kind of stuff, but is quite annoying to manage. A good thing I discovered with this ESP is that you don't have to choose between AP and Client mode for WiFi, it can somehow…
  • @Jupiter any updates? Did your parts arrive already?
  • Yeah I don't think this is really an option, just watch the trailer O.o This has nothing to do with science, this is just a toy! But with the $299 price tag I'm probably just going to keep fantasising about it : /
  • @Meanderpaul What exactly do you mean by "cheaper"? I'm going to need the device anyways no matter what game, or am I wrong there?
  • @Jupiter I've also thought about thought-controlling, it's been around for quite some time already, just look at the upload date of the video. I maily thought about using this to rotate 3D objects or toggle switches. If you could make the mind-reading "hat" a bit smaller, you could just wear it under a beanie and it would…
  • How about getting some ribs replaced with titanium-coated gadets or something like that? Ribs are smaller bones that are easy to access and are simple in their function...
  • Hey @Benbeezy, any updates on the project? Are you still having no time to continue with it? I would totally love seing you get back to it and bring that awesome project to life! I have been dreaming of an implanted speaker since I read some SF book a few years ago, and was stunned when I saw that you were already building…