Bio-hacker turns himself into a cyborg

Bio-hacker turns himself into a cyborg

The man, who calls himself a "bio-hacker", decided on a painful operation, which suffered without anesthesia and care physician to establish his hand a huge electronic chip.

Tim Cannon, a software developer from Pittsburgh, was implanted chip that will control its body temperature. The device "communicates" with the tablet on Android via Bluetooth wireless connection. It has a green flashing lights that can be seen through the skin, and can send a message, if a man has a fever begins.

Bio-hacker turns himself into a cyborg

A man claims to be the first person in whose body such a device was implanted. He insists he did so in order to improve themselves.

Cannon became interested in electronic body modifications to attain immortality. In an interview with YouTube MotherboardTV channel, he said: "I want to live up to a thousand years. I do not want to die. I do not understand why anyone would want it. "

Bio-hacker turns himself into a cyborg

The procedure, in which the man in the left forearm was implanted chip the size of a deck of cards, was done body modification artist Steve Haworth tatuirovschikaom and without anesthesia.

Haworth had to perform the procedure without anesthesia, because it has no medical surgeon's license, which means that the law forbids him to use anesthesia. To dull the pain, the master used the ice.

According to Cannon, the procedure was extremely painful, and at its end the body itself turned into a "trauma" mode.