I’ve been following the movement for a few years but am ready to start saving funds to get an implant kit.
I’m wanting to get an NFC implant so I can use it with my phone and others’s phones and computer login.
My questions for the hive mind are:
I’ve seen a lot of people doing implants in the top of their hand(s) but I’d rather do it into my palm, in the flesh below the pinky hand bone or the thumb hand bone
Also, I live in Nashua NH and was hoping someone might know a shop around me that is reputable to do the insertion
In terms of x series it the heightened risk of damage and the additional discomfort that would be caused. Picking something up and having the capsule pressed into mussel and bone would be very uncomfortable.
If you wanted more range / easier use case maybe a flex would be better.
No need to go to such extremes: bang your fist on a table - which I do on a regular basis, particularly during meetings at work - and that’s the blade of your hand also. I know others have done it, but I personally would never implant something in the blade.
It might not be what you’re looking for, but the flexnext that was recently shown off is showing promising results for being scanned through the hand, then you could get it put in a good spot, and read it like it was in your palm, and you get the added benefit of a dual frequency chip, might be worth looking at if you’re willing to consider a flex chip
It’s so clear here that the hand has nothing to do with the breaking force and it’s all forearm. Trick of the trade I suppose. I wonder how many kids broke their hands trying to put all the force down with that jelly mess of a hammer.
Without getting too deep into everything I was trying to understand the benefits of a dual frequency chip (aside from just “you can do more” lol) I want to write a command to it so that when it hits a reader, it sends an IFTTT command to do things like turn on/off my lights, welcome me home, things like that.