Safe alternative to xGLO?

Sounds like some kind of edgy new drug in a cyberpunk dystopia

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Haha,I see what you did there :clap:

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oops I meant to paste this

any updates to add the new products to Chip Implant Product Matrix page. Context is key …sorry
I don’t see the XIID etc.

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This has been raised a couple of times Amal is aware and I’m sure it is on his work queue, I guess it is just a matter of priorities.
Great reference tool, just not essential.
I’m sure it will be updated in due course

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yeah sorry guys… we are in a mode now where we are focused on prepping for and raising a seed round of funding for VivoKey so there are a lot of things put on the back burner. Terrible timing with covid-19 and all, but there are certain opportunities this situation may bring so we are going to attempt it.

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Eyebrow raise oh reallllllly? (that retroactively sounded like Ace Ventura in my head… but I’m leaving it that way)

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Really

Good Call

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And this is why I check the product announcement page daily. One of these days I hope to login and see something I cannot throw my money at you fast enough for.

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This might be useful to you:

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I have been resisting using that! I need to keep my mind sharp by navigating to it daily during this lockdown.

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Yep, the coronavirus does bring about opportunities.

My company is making a killing with one of the products in our range, which is a sports trainer for a sport you normally have to practice in a club full of people. When the lockdown was put into effect, we suddenly got a metric shit ton of extra orders from French and German sports clubs.

The story is always the same: they need to keep training before the next competition season starts, so can we pretty-please send them one, two… five trainers with express shipping?

We just can’t keep up with the orders. That was quite unexpected…

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has anyone tried to put the fluorescent resin inside the implant and see if it lights up under the skin?

It may be unlikely, but does anyone sell a xGLO?
(I’d take a second one as well.)

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No one that I know of sells the xGLO. It was a limited batch. I have one. It was implanted in my forearm. I had to remove it for a lady friend of mine that didn’t approve of the radioactive substance being inside of me with a possibility of it braking. So I removed it and kept it in a ziplock in my safe. Now that the lady friend and I are no longer together I am super pumped to get it back in. I have sent it to Amal for him to examine to make sure it is still “safe” to implant. I also asked him to sterilize it and put it into a syringe for me. Then when complete it will be mailed back to me. I will post pictures of the installation when it happens…and then again after the swelling goes down in the dark. I have attached two photos of it after I had it removed.


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Thanks for sharing.
But what a shame it was limited. :frowning:

I already sent an e-mail to Alex Smith from Cyberise. Still waiting for an answer. If there’s no xGLO anymore, then maybe I’m lucky on getting a Firefly Tattoo implant.

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…or unlucky, depending on how you view the Firefly

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Yup, I’ve read about that, too. Here on Biohack.me is another user who wanted to create something similar. Unfortunately, I have not received a PM yet.

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Edit: Silly idea… the skin would function almost like a red filter. Red light is not exactly ideal for charging the powder by itself.

Maybe the xxx$ can be re-allocated to fund an UV LED project.

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Stewart Semple has said heat will affect the lit but I’m unsure if body heat is enough.