Why would anybody want magnets in their fingertips? It would make it impossible to use a phone without damaging it.
Do magnets screw up smartphones screens?
Magnets screw up all computers.
Don't believe me? Attach a fridge magnet to your phone right now.
I ask because I don't own a smartphone.
I know magnets fuck old CRT screens, at least temporarily. I have to check a laptop screen yet.
I would generally advise against touching any kind of computer with a magnet.
That aside, why would you even want magnets in your fingers when you could just hold magnetic tools?
I just tried on my laptop and nothing happened.>why would you even want magnets in your fingers
Not me. The faggot OP.
That's odd. Maybe you need a stronger magnet, or attatch it to another part of the computer.
Anyway, I think it's a pointless implant.
>>2128>That aside, why would you even want magnets in your fingers when you could just hold magnetic tools?
I would say, maybe for an anti-theft device? But even phones already have the fingerprint thingy.
Also, remember JoergSprave? That nigga already has a magnet on his hand. He fucked up when he was doing something on his workshop. Not sure if he already got a surgeon to take it out. But I personally know of someone who's lived most of his life with a freaking magnet on his forearm.
Dunno what's so new about this one.>>2129
Even CRT screens generally come out unharmed from my experience. The stains dissapear shortly after removing the magnet. Long-term is another story, but half an hour is safe.
You would probably need to drag the magnet over your laptops motherboard and CPU, to actually harm it.
As per the phone, I imagine it would damage the touchscreen long-term. Maybe the touchpad on your laptop is just as vulnerable.
Imo, tool implants are a moot point, because you can just pick up and use normal tools with your human hands; and they're infinitely modular because there's no chipping process.
Hardware implants are more likely to just replace or reinforce existing structures. Hip/knee replacements and pacemakers are already a thing. I suppose there might in the future be cybernetic organs that exist to extend lifespan or filter pollutants of the modern world from people's bodies (only for the rich, of course).
Software implants on the other hand are a whole other ballgame. Once computers can directly interact with neural networks, it could open s completely new can of worms, as operators could do computer work at blinding speed without being limited by the movements of their physical bodies. That's where the spooky transhumanist stuff comes about.
Pretty much.>Software implants on the other hand are a whole other ballgame.
I've always been fascinated by Halo's neural interfaces and AI's.
Tbh, it would be more worrisome if the technology couldn't be integrated on humans. With computers getting more powerful now. And the looming possibity of machine-learning being able to replicate human creativity.
Or I would say, "emulate" with much more efficient results than actual creativity.
They put magnets in their fingers so that they can sense magnetic fields. The magnets are right up against the nerves and they vibrate when exposed to magnetic fields. From what I heard they don't really interfere with phones (keep in mind people have been doing this since in 2014), but they aren't good if you use your hands a lot. The magnets are made with neodymium and if the coating breaks they can result in serious blood poisoning so if you use your hands a lot don't get magnets in your fingers.
I want magnetic implants, just not in my hands or fingers. Maybe somewhere on my forearms so I can detect if a wire is live without touching it.
Doesn't liquid metal in the vaccine get fucked with when exposed to magnets?
I took 8 vaccines then my penis fell off.
In all seriousness though vaccines don't let you sense magnetic fields.
It would depend if the metal is ferromagnetic. If so it would probably deposit around the magnet, but the amount of metal is so small that it wouldn't be a big deal.
You could just use a scanner, you know? There's no practical reason to want robotic cocks inside your body this early.
Did you see that video where they moved a magnet around the arm of a guy with a torniquet tied tightly around his arm and his flesh fucking bulged from the magnetism like the Venom symbiote from Spider Man 3 literally crawling in his skin?
The magnet was moving the liquid metal in the vaccine
A scanner wouldn't work in the event of an EMP. A magnetic implants would always be there and wouldn't require an external power source. I'm interested in augmentations that don't require external power sources or computers because they wouldn't make me dependent on big tech.>>2145
I have not seen that video. Even so I the amount of metal is pretty small for a grown adult and your body will eventually remove most of it magnet or no magnet.
>>2153>A scanner wouldn't work in the event of an EMP. A magnetic implants would always be there and wouldn't require an external power source. I'm interested in augmentations that don't require external power sources or computers because they wouldn't make me dependent on big tech.
You can get a scanner with the same properties of the implant. Realistically, making a scanner with such properties would be at least slightly easier than making an implant. .No reason to start thinking on the aforementioned robo-cock on your rectum.
The implant is just a neodymium magnet coated in titanium. The implant is unironically easier to make and they are pretty easy to come by. The hardest thing about making one is sterilizing it.