Cyborg Implant Lets People Sense Orientation Like A Compass

Cyborg Implant Lets People Sense Orientation Like A Compass
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North Sense vibrates each time it faces the Magnetic North

Emma Hutchings
  • 23 january 2017

What if you had the ability to sense which direction was north? North Sense turns you into a cyborg that can do just that, attaching to your body via two titanium rods. The computer chip with a compass encased in silicone vibrates each time it faces the Magnetic North. This standalone, water-resistant artificial sensory organ is coated in high-quality, body-compatible materials, making it a cyborg implant safe for every human.

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As it becomes a permanent part of you, your brain receives a flow of data about your orientation and embeds it into your perception of reality so you can sense when you’re facing north.

North Sense

What if you had the ability to sense which direction was north? North Sense turns you into a cyborg that can do just that, attaching to your body via two titanium rods. The computer chip with a compass encased in silicone vibrates each time it faces the Magnetic North. This standalone, water-resistant artificial sensory organ is coated in high-quality, body-compatible materials, making it a cyborg implant safe for every human.

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