Thanks man, that was a fast reply. The xSiid chip is glowing impressively well under the band aid that I was given during the daylight. However, it’s night time now and it’s now glowing as bright anymore, but I’m guessing that’s because of swelling (it doesn’t hurt at all and it’s not swelled up that much).
The numbing gel was a great purchase and it helped alot, I just left it on for 20 minutes for each implant and it worked great. I watched the video about the KBR1 reader to try to log into windows but it’s still not working.
Okay, I’ll give it some time. Thanks man. I’m down for biotech. If you know anymore implants I should try I’ll buy it tommorow. I’m thinking about that wallet implant because I think it would be cool to pay for things without a card or a phone. I wish these implants could do that.
I can only recommend payment implants. Great fun, every time,even after idk like a year.
Tbh apart from payment xSIIDxEM is a strong combo. Your money would be better spent on electronic locks for everything. Try to go completely keyless.
I’m sorry… I was just joking. I’d love to have some extra senses, but the only thing available so far is magnetic sense - via magnets, obviously
No need to charge an xSIID, it gets all the power it needs from the reader. The fact that it’s currently not glowing might be due to the fact that there is still some swelling or blood pooling above it, even if you can’t see it. Usual advice is to give it about 2 weeks until you can get nervous
I’m going to order the magnet, I’ve read alot about the 2 different magnets that the website has to offer. One is basically for sensing and the other is for lifting small objects.is it better to put both of the magnets in the same hand or different hands. And if I put a “lifting” magnet in every finger of my right hand does that increase my magnetic power. It’s too bad the payment implant isn’t available in the USA
Well… it gives you the ability to lift metallic objects with every finger
Some people here have done that and have a more three-dimensional sense for magnetic fields, but other than that… no clue.
I’ve got the Titan here on my shelf (still not sure when I will get it installed), so there are three types of magnets so far. For the other two, I guess I shout for @mrln - I think he can explain the differences pretty good. I’m sure a lot of others can do that as well, but my brain is just bad at recalling who it was…
Thanks for the info, I’m starting to think it wouldn’t be a good idea to put magnets in all of my fingers because I have a job that requires me to type all the time and I wouldn’t want to mess up my laptop. I have an easy work from home job so I have alot of free time to experiment with things. Maybe A little to much free time lol