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Also going with @MattGuy here, We should start a thread on where the best places are to find components. I know AliExpress is cheap, but What about tested quality?
With my fields of study falling on Electrical Engineering and Applied Robotics, I feel this should be right up my alley.
Haven't experimented with a lot of BlueTooth devices before, from what I hear they're kind of hard to implant and use independently, Again, just going off of what I hear and read. I HAVE however been doing some Arduino/RaspPi experimentation with the wi-fi adapter and found some strange properties, such as forced delay,…
I picture an implant like that may even have a possible effect on the disabled. Rather than a nurse assisting you you could press a button on your skin (or even on your browser) to deliver things to you.
@Ian Almost like a Wi-Fi chip that GoPro uses in their cameras? You can sync to them wirelessly through your browser. Though then comes the problem of powering such a thing.