Bioelectronic devices

Nov
26

Bioelectronic devices

A type of devices working while synchronized with user’s Central Nervous System. Plugged into the user’s body by means of sockets connected with the spinal cord by high precision nanotransmitters.

Thanks to the direct control, those devices work with precision and reliability without delay. The number of devices connected to the user’s body at a given time depends on the number of accessible ports.

Among available bioelectronic devices we can find some useful, high precision tools, as well as various kinds of weapons. This includes portable terminals, which can be quite versatile and direct links allowing it’s user to control computer systems without the need for a keyboard or screen. Moreover, the sockets might be used to control some models of modern vehicles and heavy machinery.

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