As soon as i found out ‘body hacking’ was a thing, i saw nothing but potential. When the idea of having a chip in ur hand to paypass, share business cards or even unlock doors, i wanted nothing less then to be at the forefront of this revolutionary development and maybe somehow contribute. Therefore the moment i found out it was now possible to implant such chips (taking into account the health and safety of myself and long term effects), within hours i purchased my very own.
If you’re personally not a fan of needles, your mind might hype the pain. but when it comes down to it, its a needle, would hurt the same amount as getting a flu shot, just with a slightly bigger needle.
personally, goals for my chip implants are to unlock home security, log into personal devices and store personal information safely.
Obviously, i’m quite interested within the bio-hacking field, but i don’t plan on getting a robotic arm or eye. im liking the little additions, such as the chip as well as the magnet that gives me extras that others don’t have, to have senses I’ve never felt before. id take body hacking as far as creating more convenience in my life to the highest extent. however, the line is drawn when it comes to replacing my natural born human function. like i see potential in having a robotic eye, but i would only use this technology as far as additions to my body, not replacing my limbs or bodily functions.
hope this helped!