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Cyberpunk Mom has me: experience with NFC+RFID chip implantation
Gadgets Cyberpunk Wearable Electronics Lifehacks for Geeks
Everyone is familiar with the problem of missing an access card (electronic key, keychain, badge, etc.) at the right time. When the office collar finally drove me crazy, I decided to solve the problem radically.
Actually the solution is illustrated in the scheme
Diagram of the solution
Diagram of the solution
Deck. A device for storing ID-key dumps. As a "firmware bank" which you always have with you, Flipper is a good choice. It is used to write dumps, store and edit them. It's also used to write them to the implant.
Implant. The best model for today that supports both NFC and RFID is the NExT by the Dangerous Things team. The guys are the pioneers in the direction of experimental implants. There is a knowledge base and partner network map on their website, which I used to find the team from Russia.
The medical part
The implant was sold and placed by the guys from St. Petersburg. In the relevant section of the Dangerous Things website there is their contact, though now it is marked Moscow.
It was placed subcutaneously in the hand in the "anatomical snuffbox" area, which has no nerve-vascular bundles, so it is very comfortable. The manipulation was done very professionally, for which I am grateful to the specialist and the team.
The injection site healed completely with primary tension within 2 weeks. To verify the placement of the chip, I had an X-ray taken. Actually, everything is clear on it (the injector and the injection site are shown for comparison).
Direct projection X-ray of the hand
Radiograph of hand in straight projection
RFID-functionality of the implant is typical, now with your hand you can open electronic door locks (preloading necessary image from the deck), etc., but NFC-scripts are much more interesting. For example, you can throw in a chip quotes from Pelevin and enjoy Next-Gen divination by the novel S.N.U.F.F., as shown in the picture. There are many variations.
Fortune-telling on the book "Tao..." from S.N.U.F.F., for example
The divination on the book "Tao..." from S.N.U.F.F., for example
Conclusions and Observations
The Flipper + NeXT chip from Dangerous Things has eliminated the problem of forgotten access cards. The NeXT chip - at the time of writing this post exists as a "second version". The first one, which was implanted by an employee of the St. Petersburg "collective of biohacking fans" since 2016 works fine.
There are (but I met only once) card readers that work in the presence of the form factor "card", but do not respond to the "capsule" or a smaller thread. I'm going to find out what the reason is, and whether it is specific to a particular reader model