Biohacking Your Body
Biohacking: augmenting the human body using implantable technology to control bodily functionality or to enable easier interaction with the world around us.
As a species, we have been biohacking our bodies since the 1950s. The first internal pacemaker was implanted in 1958 and contraceptive implants were developed in the 1970s and have been used internationally since 1983.
New upgrades are being continually developed, for example, we offer body upgrades using a range of implantable microchips. You can program the chips yourself with your phone to interact with the world around you. The most popular RFID microchip implant is currently the NExT and it is compatible with almost all NFC devices and smartphones.