Ever wish that everything you ever said could be recorded? Me neither. Discovery notes: According to a patent application filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office, Motorola has a technology that…
Via Motherboard, a preview of where you will be in ten years:
Tim Cannon got what is likely the first-ever computer chip implant that can record and transmit his biometrical data. With a battery that can be wirelessly charged, Cannon had it implanted directly under his skin by a fellow biohacking enthusiast, not a doctor, and without anesthesia.
Called the Circadia 1.0, the implant can record data from Cannon’s body and transfer it to any Android-powered mobile device. In a few months, the first production series of the Circadia chip should be ready. With an expected price of around $500, the chip should be relatively accessible for just about any enthusiast, and will mainly be distributed through the networks of the body modification community.
Just like the Egyptian Pharaoh, can you see it? The most amazing part? “This is our tax dollars at work” — the disturbing aspect of there being a reptilian implanted inside the president’s head apparently is that the procedure was paid for by taxpayer money rather than super PAC funds.