Perform Amateur Home Surgery to Implant Tech Into Your Body

Lepht Anonym writes on h+ magazine:

“Biohacker” Lepht Anonym discusses amateur home surgery to implant technology into her body — and challenges the media portrayal of cyborg prosthetics “that only the elite can afford…”

“I’ve made scalpel incisions in my hands, pushed five-millimeter diameter needles through my skin, and once used a vegetable knife to carve a cavity into the tip of my index finger…”

“Anesthetic is illegal for people like me, so we learn to live without it.”

Now RFID readers can recognize her hand-implanted biochip, and she’s added a series of implants that also sense electromagnetic fields. The implants can register power lines, an active hard drive, and even signals sent by a cell phone, while its magnetism can hold screws to the back of her hand.

“I’m an idiot, but I’m an idiot working in the name of progress. You just need curiosity and the willingness to withstand some pain.”

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  • Anonymous

    I would make my wiener bigger since I am too embarrassed to go to the doctor.

  • tonyviner

    I would make my wiener bigger since I am too embarrassed to go to the doctor.