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  • Well, even a partially flexible PCB can be worth a lot of space (versus wires). And the industrial FPCBs are a lot thinner than "traditional PCBs" ones: although of course one can only dream about the miracles of factory-line soldering and elect…
  • Isn't a 3-pin EMG relatively worthless? I don't know anything about that stuff, but I think 3 pins somewhere in your arm don't really give you that much knowdlege. I could be totally wrong though.
  • Are there any of these left by now? I would absolutely love to make one of these my first one :D
  • I by no means qualify as an "usual" member of this forum, especially since I have no implants yet. Feel free to use or not use my data. Also I'd like to say that what you are doing is exactly what the community needs; closing the gap between hobby…
  • This is Exactly what has been my idea all along, battery, coil and charging circuitry alone are relatively flat and should fit well enough below the elbow (like the Circadia). Running two wires could be problematic because of the sideway turning of …
  • Uhm, might I suggest writing this in Markdown on github? Full VCS, Collaboration possibilities and easy to read and write whilst keeping an unified style.
  • I have _some_ knowledge about CAD with Autodesk Inventor, but that's more mechanical stuff. (This is what I did with Inventor: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:157127)
  • Definetely STEP and STL, maybe more. Probably needs to be sliced beforehand anyway, converting the files isn't too much of a problem with tools like meshlab anyway though.
  • Yes, but it has to be SL(A), right?Because if not, we really should have someone with a makerbot or RepRap around here.
  • Toe prints?I want hand- and footprints that read "F*** DA POLICE" all over them xD Also, can someone explain why it has to be a peachy printer? Is a special filament used? Peachy is SLA, right?
  • I recently purchased 250g caffeine. I hadn't settled on a cycle yet, but I'll go with weekdays on / weekend off because I can sleep in on the WEs anyway. How much and when do you usually take caffeine? The problem is that the pure caffeine isn't u…
    in Nootropics Comment by S0lll0s March 2014
  • Again, this is way too big IMO.The circadia is just huge.
  • RFID chips aren't crypto-secured, right? You can just duplicate them. Why aren't there any crypto tags out there? Is it too hard to make passive crypto units?
  • 1. I want to do something like that later, but there are so many parts missing on the PCB that I have to change the size and shape later on anyway.2. If Fritzings grid was working, I would've done that, but it doesn't. 3. Which do you mean? And wha…
  • Here is what I came up with in Fritzing: Download What do you think? Timing & Power Supply things are obviously missing, I only made the charlieplexing and resistors yet.
  • I thought about having The battery implanted seperately and further back in the arm, where there is more space (lower forearm is very bone-y) and connecting it with wires like the ones you can order at the way page that is floating around somewhere …
  • Thanks for the heads up, I remember knowing this some time ago ^^ I have set up a quick 6 LED example with my Arduino uno now, works great. Can you recommend any mircocontrollers for something like this? I thought about using an ATMega328 (the…
  • You mean multiplexing them somewhat like this?
  • But you would need 16 pins for LEDs alone, isn't that a bit much for a small microcontroller to handle? Also I know it would be ANDs and NANDS, but because of the arrangement it would be cool to have an IC that provides two gates of each in one pi…
  • @Ian: yeah, I saw the circadia, theres a better video in the Vice report. Didn't someone say only orange LEDs worked? For the clock to be precise, I'd need two color-leds. It would work like this: # - red, 1 = green, 0 = off 0 0 0   = off 0    …
  • Are there any images or videos of implanted LEDs available? I would like to see  the resulting brightness and color. Ideally, I would like to implant an 8-LED watch in my left forearm.
  • @zombiegristle : I read that attaching something to implanted magnets over a longer time will damage the skin and tissue in between, making it turn gray over time, so thats probably not a good idea
  •  @iexiak: That sounds like too much input to me. Different instruments allow easy differentation but they basically "waste information" (if you go by a generic IT way of thinking).This guy is colorblind and hears colors. They only differ in the pitc…
  • I can't post from my Nexus 5.... the keyboard disappears immediatly after showing.Maybe a mobile theme? Or at least make it a "regular" on mobile clients
  • What about adding small loops / circle shaped figures to the sides of the wire, parallel to the skin above?This would of course only make sense with Parylene and making the skin bind to the wire, but it would help keep it in place and make the wire …
  • Sounds cool, and I think you could cope with the skin getting hurt again and again by having a tattoo at that spot (good to see the position anyway). Also, if you use a bigger needle, scar tissue will form, making the entry less painful and blood-…
  • shouldn't "regular" bioproofed wire work for short distances (say half a forearm)? Four copper braids twisted together like you do it with wire ends coated in Parylene or something like that. If the wire doesn't have to flex around a joint this shou…