Implanted Biometric Chip Takes Wearable Tech To A New Level [Video]

Implanted Biometric Chip Takes Wearable Tech To A New Level [Video]

Biohacker Tim Cannon inserted a biochip into his arm to monitor his bodily data and transmit it to an Android device.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 4 november 2013

Tim Cannon, a biohacker nicknamed the DIY Cyborg, designed a device he called the Circadia 1.0 and had it inserted into his arm to allow him to monitor his bodily data.

The Circadia is basically a small computer that can record and transmit biometric data to any Android device. The device, which was built by Cannon with the help of Grindhouse Wetware, is open-source and allows the user to control how data is recorded and collected.

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