Biohacking takes wearable technology to new heights, but isn’t for everyone

biohacking chip implanted in hand

A man in Sydney, Australia embedded his transit pass chip – among other chips – into his body. With the popularity of wearable technology and near field communication chips (NFC), biohacking is becoming increasingly commonplace. That said, before consumers jump onboard this practice, they are being cautioned to think twice for a number of reasons. Among the latest cases of implanting technology under the skin and making headlines was in Sydney, Australia. That story occurred when biohacking practitioner, Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow (that is his legal name) inserted the NFC…

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Gadgets for mobile monitoring have been implanted into humans

biohacker gadgets in body

A man has now implanted a massive sized computer chip into his arm without doctors or anesthetic. Mobile gadgets are taking a whole new direction as a small alternative movement of people are starting to insert them into their bodies through surgeries that are not performed by doctors and that are performed without any anesthetic. These individuals have labeled themselves to be “biohackers” and are implanting devices into their bodies. Biohackers are the first steps toward being cyborgs and often implant gadgets into themselves for the purpose of living longer…

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