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Tooth Phone Implant

The ultamate tiny phone.
 
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I believe it was the 40's and 50's when people started to receive radio signals via their tooth fillings. To my knowledge this was quite common and was do to the materials used and the method it was affixed to the tooth. IDEA: Design filling receivers to pick-up your cell phones frequency. BENEFIT: Don't have to carry your cell phone around; Super human ability to receive data on demand (Voice Internet); Check ballgame scores during meetings PROBLEM: Being know as the crazy guy talking to himself.
mscrivo, Jul 22 2002

One of a bazillion stories http://www.techtv.c...195,3389480,00.html
...courtesy of Google.com, an invaluable halfbaker's aid. [DrCurry, Jul 22 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

It was also a feature of this TV show. http://us.imdb.com/Title?0068131
"Hi, I'm Doug McClure . . ." [mrthingy, Jul 22 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       Aw, c'mon, this one's been all over the press in the last few weeks. *Please* post original ideas.
DrCurry, Jul 22 2002
  

       Yep splashed all over Tomorrows World like a goodun
The_Englishman_Abroad, Jul 22 2002
  

       I seached the database with no luck. Did not know about media coverage. Anybody actualy developing?
mscrivo, Jul 22 2002
  

       lip pearcing?? (i do)
postseti, Jul 22 2002
  

       Prototype already as far as I know scrivo, might not be able to transmit calls yet but I am fairly certain it can pick them up, but then I might be talking a load of old tosh!
The_Englishman_Abroad, Jul 22 2002
  
      
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