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  • Hey guys, what's the situation of this group buy? Someone please update me.. I'd be going for about a hundred at this price. Thanks
  • @BrandonKing: Not sure if you've already done the article, but if you're still looking for folks willing to be interviewed, I'm a tattoo artist based in CzechRepublic willing to help. mail me if you want
  • @Cassox  So what about injectable lidocaine? Or simillar anaesthetics...
  • @rdb: Very good idea! Please do keep us updated on how your project is getting along and if you need help with anything, that's what the group is for :)   Very good idea indeed...
  • @DirectorX: I sooo much agree with that! That has been one thing that has been buging me about this group all along. It would be so much more organised and faster to get things done if everyone knew what the others are up to and what they need help …
  • Hi guys, sorry to jump in with this so late, have been gone for a while. As mentioned berfore, am a tattoo artist and piercer. This is a note to useing titanium in implants as I think mentioned erlier on in the thread: Do not use it uncoated, about …
  • ThomasEgi: No offence, but,,, No testing has been done yet and I see no reason to throw the idea into the garbage can. Why say "It doesn't work"? I say let's make it work! Srsly no offence, I respect and like your ideas and know-how. nuf…
  • SixEcho: I don't think that PTFE prevent's rejection, the factor is size. The beigger, the faster and worse the rejection. I think that what makes it not reject is the texture and shape(edit:and material of course). I don't see HA coating to be much…
  • @ThomasEgi: " you may be a lot better of with an electrode array in your earlobes or so" , That's actually a really cool idea, stimulation to the ears from a bottlenose like implant. I better shut up, way out of my league here...
  • @Saumanahaii: "Note: biocompatible, in this case, means that it is safe to apply to the surface of skin."  Nono, I meant biocompatible as in safe inside the body, because this could cause a very bad reaction. Get a quote for that and I'll …
  • Damn! That ITAP document doesen't focus on the rubber piece... I need the to know what shape makes the skin not reject a bigger then 2mm transdermal implant. If we know details about it we can get a quote on printing prices and this experiment can s…
  • @SixEcho: "The important part of that ITAP link was how they constructed the transdermal section."  Can you elaborate on this please? I took a quick look at the paper, but it seemed that this can not be done at home. Did you try to get you…
  • The more I think of this, the more I gotta say, this wount work. The wire would have to be of totally different elasticity, after you implant the wire, one move and you have several places along the wire that will tare the tissue. When you you impla…
  • Those people are fucking nuts! I'm laughing my tits off over here!! I have only one thing to say to them: Resistance is futile..! good lough though :)
  • Ok, 1) I'll try a few lines of non-biocompatible bare ink, on a sheet of pig skin (often used for tattoo training and practice due to similarity with human skin), 2)"passing an audio signal/ multimeter over it", 3)magnet. I'll try 5cm long…
  • As mentioned before, am a tattoo artist, but I can't find any bio-compatible conductive ink. If I get it, I'll try it out on my self. Any thoughts on how to conduct that experiment? What would you want to see from such an experiment?
  • @SixEcho: I figured that out too, but have no results, cause I haven't implanted it yet. My mind is stuck on the issue of the thing hanging out, how would you fixate it? Would that not be too limitating in terms of sports etc...? If you have a good…
  • Worst thing about the wires is the difficulty of implanting them, big procedure, no chance in hell that I would be able to make that procedure on my self... Also I'm not very knowlidgeable on induction charging, will put my google-foo in use and do…
  • Yeah, good article BUT, what the fuck! L's blog getting misused like that? That episode had nothing to do with her work...
  • Ok, but implanting the wire would reqire a major procedure which I probably could't preform my self, will think of the possibilities though. This is doing my head in... Right, to what would I connect the wire? How would the sound be transmited so th…
  • Hello folks, I'm a tattoo artist and piercer. I have this idea that I wish to work out. Here's the thing, take a look ladies and gents:  gregfulco.com/pdfs/bodyTech.pdf IF this works, I can think of great possibilities. Any thoughts? Did any one …
  • Interesting idea, since I always listen to music. The head phones(probably bluetooth) might be ok as a transdermal if the outer part is small enough. Power is a problem though,,, a wire going down the neck is a risky thing to do, but conductive ink …
  • Hi everyone, back with some experiance from longecity And here is my stack: 4000mg soy lecitin granules 2x/day (need to replace when finished, stuff smells like freakin' fish fodder) 1600mg piracetam 3x-4x/day 400mg artichoke extract 2x/day 375mg…
  • great tip! thanx
  • I think that, if we can make implants more functional and safe and less painful, people will have a very different view of things. A response I have been getting a lot is "so much pain and risk just to feel the wires in your walls is nuts"…
  • @extrion76: please count me in for 50 of them, sorry I'm that late. Hope you still have enough. PayPal option, PM me with details please... thanks
  • @SixEcho: What do you mean with: "They'll be obsolete in six months anyway?
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