Hello everyone, I’m a completely new user to all things implant related. I learned about the existence of implants yesterday and I’ve spent roughly 8 hours or so reading up on these forums, product pages and various links I’ve come across in my pursuit of knowledge.
I find that I learn best with hands-on practice, so I ordered my NExT/Spark 2 bundle kit about an hour ago. I have some specific applications I’m looking to use these implants for and I wanted some feedback/corrections/advice/etc on them.
For the Spark 2 and xLED: I was planning to have them placed on my right hand and use the Spark 2 as a way to share my contact information and business links via NFC, though I’m not completely sure if this viable or the best use of the Spark 2. Could I use the VivoKey app on android to set up the Spark 2 to be scanned by a smartphone’s NFC reader and pull up my name and contact information including phone number and picture?
For the NExT: I was hoping to use this implant with the KBR1 to use the NTAG side to sign into my computer and login to certain sites and applications that I frequent and use the same password for. I was planning to try to setup the T5577 side of the chip to unlock/start my car and access a LF RFID safe and door lock.
Do these applications for these implants seem doable/viable/efficient?
Would I be better off getting additional implants for any of the above uses?
Are there better applications for the implants or more interesting uses?
Thank you in advance from a new learning user, I hope to see all of y’all around the forums.
EDIT: Just to be doubly sure, the xLED is just for the bling effect, correct? There is no technological function to it, it just lights up when it is within the correct field (in this application next to the Spark 2, whenever I am reading the NFC tag from the Spark 2?)
Double edit: I’m assuming I’ll need some form of accessory to do what I’d like to with the NExT, correct? What comes in the bundle I linked/purchased is not all that I will need in order to set up my implant to access an RFID safe/door lock and start my car, correct?
I had planned to change my PC password and some site/application passwords to the UID that the NTAG side has and use the KBR1 to sign in, which seems simple enough. I imagine that I could find a LF RFID lock and safe that would allow me to simply add the UID of my NExT T5577 implant to the locks, and not have to clone the keys to different implants. Is this just wishful thinking?