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Using a software-defined radio with a cheap computer could allow you to use something like TensorFlow to utilize machine learning to analyze the audio to tune out meaningless static. https://medium.com/@ageitgey/machine-learning-is-fun-part-6-how…
I could've sworn I updated this thread! I'm so sorry. So it was, in fact, rejection. I suspect it was a case of a shallow implant, combined with my own sweat (my dressings were very much over the top) and an overuse of disinfectant (which, apparen…
The stitches are finally out, but I've run into a small problem: I've developed a water blister near the suture site (but not on it). The blister also isn't above the magnet, and is quite shallow so I don't think it's a case of rejection. Since I …
It's more of a curiosity about the device's durability. Y'know, how well does its materials stand up to gastric juices, enzymes, etc.
Yup! I only tried the one needle for sh*ts and giggles, though. I have this idea that the longer I avoid playing with it, the more fun it'll be for me when I do start. The person who performed the implantation wants to keep the sutures in for 2 we…
Heh. "Hamming window" Seriously, though, +/- 5bpm is fantastic! I wonder if the device could be reused (after sterilization) indefinitely.
Just an update. I got my first implant done a few days ago (thread about it here: http://forum.biohack.me/discussion/1203/m31-implant). Once it heals more and I can type more comfortably, I'll answer @katy 's question, and comment on @aviin 's dis…