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MariaDine
6th November 2013, 12:43
Experimenting with Biochip Implants IS REAL !!! Here is the video of the event.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clIiP1H3Opw

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30.10.2013

An American hacker implanted a biochip underneath the skin , in one arm , able to transmit their vital signs to a mobile phone or tablet via bluetooth , tells Mashable .

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The sensor , the size of a smartphone, has the ability to sense , for example, when a person has a fever , among other features.

" If I have a stressful day , the ' Circadia ' can communicate with my home and provide a more relaxing atmosphere for when I arrive, and dim the lights , prepare a hot bath ," the hacker expica Tim Cannon , who implanted the chip without the need for anesthesia , since this is an unauthorized intervention by the medical community .

The biochip , Gringhouse invented by the company , for which Cannon works , is still a prototype version , but the intention is to be released in a few months , at a price of 371 euros .

The aim is to create a machine more efficient, smaller and less visible on the skin, which is even able to measure the pulse of the wearer .

For Tim Cannon , the creation of that biochip , rechargeable without using wires and with the ability to emit light even under the skin , it is a new step in human evolution

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Um hacker americano implantou um biochip debaixo da pele, num dos braços, capaz de transmitir os seus sinais vitais para um telemóvel ou tablet, através do bluetooth, conta o Mashable.

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O sensor, do tamanho de um smartphone, tem a capacidade de perceber, por exemplo, quando a pessoa está com febre, entre outras funcionalidades.

“Se eu tiver um dia stressante, o ‘Circadia’ pode comunicar com a minha casa e providenciar uma atmosfera mais relaxantes para quando eu chegar, como diminuir as luzes, preparar um banho quente”, expica o hacker Tim Cannon, que implantou o chip sem recurso a anestesia, já que se trata de uma intervenção não autorizada pela comunidade médica.

O biochip, inventado pela empresa Gringhouse, para a qual Cannon trabalha, é ainda uma versão protótipo, mas a intenção é que seja lançado dentro de alguns meses, a um preço de 371 euros.

O objectivo é conseguir criar um aparelho mais eficiente, mais pequeno e menos visível na pele, que seja inclusive capaz de medir a pulsação de quem os usa.

Para Tim Cannon, a criação daquele biochip, recarregável sem recurso a fios e com a capacidade de emitir luz mesmo debaixo da pele, trata-se de um novo passo na evolução humana.

sheme
6th November 2013, 13:46
Welcome to the arm of hideousness, another step closer to the brain in the jar.

grannyfranny100
6th November 2013, 13:52
He got his 15 minutes of fame.

SilentFeathers
6th November 2013, 13:55
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-vFKwPsnBkD4/Unca6Mbw3mI/AAAAAAAAEkU/uZ5MNvaOA-g/s532-no/einst.jpg

johnf
6th November 2013, 14:29
He just couldn't wait for a smaller unit?
I feel less dumb knowing this will never be me.

jf

selinam
6th November 2013, 18:11
This looks absolutely gross. Isn't there a risk of infection?

Bubu
7th November 2013, 00:52
Another reason for the big corp to step in and make something that is more acceptable. As we can see people are dying to have it,can't wait. Call it propaganda?