Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

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Re: Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

Post by DarkHeart » Sat Nov 02, 2013 12:11 pm

built in orgasmic sound generator with volume control is a must and will save your girl friend or wife the trouble of faking it. :D


I somehow doubt he has either.

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Re: Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

Post by Torofamily » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:58 am

Toxic32 wrote:Stitch one of these on and you've got it made. We recommenced long life batteries (not included) for maximum satisfaction. Please be sure to check out deluxe version it comes with an automatic self lubricating sensor for those embarrassing moments, mains connection is optional and built in orgasmic sound generator with volume control is a must and will save your girl friend or wife the trouble of faking it. :D


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lolololol :lol: outstanding
funny shit man

Re: Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

Post by mediasorcery » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:54 am

be fun when the infection sets in, blood poisoning and septecemia etc, :lol: i mean, bit stupid really. why not just a smart watch or something?

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Re: Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

Post by Toxic32 » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:51 am

Stitch one of these on and you've got it made. We recommenced long life batteries (not included) for maximum satisfaction. Please be sure to check out deluxe version it comes with an automatic self lubricating sensor for those embarrassing moments, mains connection is optional and built in orgasmic sound generator with volume control is a must and will save your girl friend or wife the trouble of faking it. :D


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Re: Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

Post by Torofamily » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:18 am

Add that to this and away we go

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Man stitches computer into his arm, becomes DIY cyborg

Post by Torofamily » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:14 am

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There's a guy out there with a computer embedded in his forearm. The time of the cyborgs has officially begun. What's more, this isn't some highly-classified military program bent on the creation of super soldiers. The dude just kinda wanted a computer in his arm, so he hired a body-modification expert to cut him open and slap the bit of electronics inside.

The entire "operation" was completed entirely without anesthesia, because there's not a single doctor in the world who would have done it. That said, self-proclaimed biohacker Tim Cannon has now successfully become the world's first human computer housing — er, cyborg. He had to travel to Essen, Germany to find another human being who was both willing and capable of completing the installation.




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Humanity just made a small, bloody step towards a time when everyone can upgrade themselves towards being a cyborg. Of all places, it happened in the back room of a studio in the post-industrial German town of Essen.

It's there that I met up with biohacker Tim Cannon, and followed along as he got what is likely the first-ever computer chip implant that can record and transmit his biometrical data. Combined in a sealed box with a battery that can be wirelessly charged, it's not a small package. And as we saw, Cannon had it implanted directly under his skin by a fellow biohacking enthusiast, not a doctor, and without anesthesia.

Called the Circadia 1.0, the implant can record data from Cannon's body and transfer it to any Android-powered mobile device. Unlike wearable computers and biometric-recording devices like Fitbit, the subcutaneous device is open-source, and allows for the user the full control over the data.

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Dang :headscratch: does make you wonder how he charges it :lol:



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