The Briton said that the navigation system using the standard GPS chip will allow people to see the world differently.
Employee tech company Cyborgnest Liviu Babitz has developed an implant that attaches to the skin through a titanium piercing. Waterproof device with a length of 2.5 cm gently vibrates every time he looks at North. 38-year-old man said that he had built a device that works with the neural connections to reveal additional possibilities of the human brain. Babitz hopes that it will end man’s dependence on mobile devices. They are motivated by a desire to not only prove that it is possible to create a combined cyber-organism, such as the cinematic “iron man”, but a desire for practical help to society.
The Briton believes that can potentially help the blind and visually impaired people to more effectively navigate in space. The device with a silicone coating, according to Liviu, will provide an opportunity to identify your location, like a bird. Skeptics questioned the need for this invention. They believe that any smartphone will bring less benefit and it is not necessary to oppose the better – good.