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Biohacker Implants Device in Arm #WearableWednesday

Spotted the open source hardware logo on the device Tim Cannon had implanted in his arm – video on MotherboardTV


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2 Comments

  1. Wow, that truly rocks, though I would likely have tried to spread the components out a bit more to not just have a brick in my forearm… And add some more RGB pixels for fun 🙂

    Still this is amazing and I look forward to seeing more people doing this type of thing.

  2. That looks like a serviceability nightmare. How do you replace a battery or swap out a bad board or chip? Nice that he’s pushing the limits of biotech but it looks like a mega pain in the butt.

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