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So you want to be a transhumanist [[grinder]]? These are some implant types you might consider.
 
So you want to be a transhumanist [[grinder]]? These are some implant types you might consider.
  
== ID ==
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==ID==
 
The following are transponders.<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transponder</ref>
 
The following are transponders.<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transponder</ref>
=== Read-only RFID ===
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===Read-only RFID===
 
Responds to any reader that creates an RFID field, it will return a long ID, suitable for identification purposes.
 
Responds to any reader that creates an RFID field, it will return a long ID, suitable for identification purposes.
  
 
Similar a finger print reader, except you have to remove the chip rather than burn off your fingerprints.
 
Similar a finger print reader, except you have to remove the chip rather than burn off your fingerprints.
=== Rewritable RFID ===
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===Rewritable RFID===
 
As above, except you can rewrite the chip to display a different ID from time to time. (Limited amount of rewrites?)
 
As above, except you can rewrite the chip to display a different ID from time to time. (Limited amount of rewrites?)
  
== Compute ==
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==Compute==
=== NFC Chips ===
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===NFC Chips===
 
Passively powered as before. Can hold a bunch of custom data and has some compute ability such as password protection.
 
Passively powered as before. Can hold a bunch of custom data and has some compute ability such as password protection.
  
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You can stick them on your nails rather than implant them. https://dangerousthings.com/shop/nfc-nails/
 
You can stick them on your nails rather than implant them. https://dangerousthings.com/shop/nfc-nails/
  
== Senses ==
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==Senses==
=== Magnets ===
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===Magnets===
 
How do they work?
 
How do they work?
=== Temperature ===
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===Temperature===
 
It's getting hot in here.<ref>https://dangerousthings.com/shop/xbti/</ref>
 
It's getting hot in here.<ref>https://dangerousthings.com/shop/xbti/</ref>
  
== Aesthetics ==
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==Aesthetics==
=== Lights ===
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===Lights===
 
There's a few options here<ref>https://dangerousthings.com/shop/nfc-nails/</ref>
 
There's a few options here<ref>https://dangerousthings.com/shop/nfc-nails/</ref>
== See also ==
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==See also==
 
* [[Implant security]]
 
* [[Implant security]]
 
* [[Mind hacking]]
 
* [[Mind hacking]]
  
== References ==
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==References==
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{{Reflist}}
 
* https://sapiensanonym.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/handy-guide-to-rfid-type-chip-implants.html from [[Lepht Anonym]]
 
* https://sapiensanonym.blogspot.co.uk/2018/01/handy-guide-to-rfid-type-chip-implants.html from [[Lepht Anonym]]
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[[Category:Biohacking]]
 
[[Category:Biohacking]]

Revision as of 15:04, 22 January 2019

So you want to be a transhumanist grinder? These are some implant types you might consider.

ID

The following are transponders.[1]

Read-only RFID

Responds to any reader that creates an RFID field, it will return a long ID, suitable for identification purposes.

Similar a finger print reader, except you have to remove the chip rather than burn off your fingerprints.

Rewritable RFID

As above, except you can rewrite the chip to display a different ID from time to time. (Limited amount of rewrites?)

Compute

NFC Chips

Passively powered as before. Can hold a bunch of custom data and has some compute ability such as password protection.

Compatible with NFC smart phones. Shiny

The next gen are are smaller https://dangerousthings.com/shop/flexdf/

You can stick them on your nails rather than implant them. https://dangerousthings.com/shop/nfc-nails/

Senses

Magnets

How do they work?

Temperature

It's getting hot in here.[2]

Aesthetics

Lights

There's a few options here[3]

See also

References