The total loss of any of our natural senses has an instant and devastating effect on a human beings ability to function, a new Bionic Eye which can help blind people to see has been given and may soon be rolled out. An artificial retina implant which is the first of its kind has been given the green light by regulators in Europe after trials proved to be a success.
Awesomeness of Bionic Eyes implant
Study revealed that people suffering from retinitis pigmentosa, a debilitating eye condition which is one of the leading causes of blindness on the planet, can be given partial sight through using the device.
- A ground-breaking Bionic eye that could provide vision to people with optic nerve damage is expected to be trialed in Australia next year.
- Called the “Gennaris” the device will enable people – even those who do not have eyeballs – to recognize the presence of different objects and other people.
Worldwide, approximately one person in a thousand is born with a hearing loss. Almost an equal number of people born with hearing will develop deafness during their lifetime.
- Electronic medical device that by-passes the damages parts of the inner ear to generate sound signals and deliver them to the brain.
- Implants assist people with severe to profound hearing loss when conventional hearing aids are less than satisfactory.
Magic of Microchip ID
Each chip has a unique identification number that links your body to your details so that you can get it faster information than before.
- The practical appeal of an RFID implant, in theory, is quick authentication that’s faster, cheaper and more reliable than other bio metrics like thumbprints or facial scans.
- When the chip is hit with a radio frequency like a long, unguessable password.
Powerful Connection of Mind-Machine
Rather than running for your life, you calmly flip a switch on a remote control you are holding.
This sort of mind control is not science fiction – it was an actual experiment performed by one of the earliest practitioners of brain implants.
These arrays, which lie snugly against individual neurons, can capture the changing electrical signals with unprecedented fidelity, making it one of the least error-prone techniques currently available. Researcher in Japan used one of these arrays on a monkey, allowing it to remotely control a Mind-Machine. However the quality of the extracted signals is not enough to compensate for the complications associated with open-brain surgery as well as the tissue damage from the pin insertions.