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subdermal LED implants
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i want to glow in the dark.
erlehmann, Jan 18 2008

Supervision http://www.physorg.com/news119797260.html
[leinypoo13, Jan 18 2008]

Implantable Batteries http://www.primidi.com/2005/07/03.html
(I'm reasonably certain I once suggested powering implants off whatever mechanisms the body uses to power things, but I can't find the idea now. Maybe it was someone else?) [DrCurry, Jan 18 2008]

...or would you rather be a pig? http://news.bbc.co....pacific/4605202.stm
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jan 18 2008]

Human Bioluminescence Human_20Bioluminescence
No batteries required. [DrCurry, Jan 18 2008]


       Cue GFP ideas...
vincevincevince, Jan 18 2008

       Bakeable ....... expensive to license and make, but it could certainly be done. Powered by a lithium-ion battery, controlled by Bluetooth ..... charged by an induction charging coil under the skin somewhere.
8th of 7, Jan 18 2008

       You'll need to implant batteries, too.
DrCurry, Jan 18 2008

       Just buy sets of thermal imagining goggles for both your friends.   

       Also gr.: "I"
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 18 2008

       Kind of unrelated, but as far as implants go, you can do better.
leinypoo13, Jan 18 2008

       You mean he should be getting a glow-in-the-dark penis?
DrCurry, Jan 18 2008

       Points for brevity and improper capitalization.
shapu, Jan 18 2008

       It would take a lot of power to get a visible signal from underneath the epidermis, and it wouldn't be visible in anything but the closet. Also, if it was bright enough it would likely cause heat damage and cancer.
leinypoo13, Jan 18 2008

       //i want to glow in the dark//   

       Wouldn't bathing in depleted plutonium be a simpler method?
theleopard, Jan 18 2008

       Handle with care, or you'll have major, major issues with your body rejecting it. Have a look for guys who tried to implant magnets in their skin (not pretty, rare earth magnets are fragile and cause an immune reaction).   

       Leiny, put your hand over a torch; your fingers will glow visibly. Not brightly, perhaps, but visibly.
david_scothern, Jan 18 2008

       // depleted plutonium //   

       Oh, please .... no such thing exists. DU, yes, and it's not very glow-in-the-dark either ..... but that ? Read your Physical Chemistry textbook about the Lanthanides and Actinides before you make comments like that ....
8th of 7, Jan 18 2008

       [8th], had he said "depleted unobtanium", your anno would have been equally true, but would you have bothered posting? Can't you take the thrust of what is said, rather than missing it totally for pedantic details?   

       [edit: oops, nasty. Sorry...]
david_scothern, Jan 19 2008

       Or...just run really, really fast towards people. Your natural infra-red emission will then be shifted into the visible.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 19 2008

       //i want to glow in the dark.// I would also like you to glow in the dark. I would like the luminosity to reflect the intensity of your cerebral activity, most notably the areas of cognitive reasoning. This solves two problems in one. You will glow in the dark, satisfying your needs, but only as long as you think, satisfying our needs.
4whom, Jan 19 2008

       // Can't you take the thrust of what is said, rather than missing it totally for pedantic details? //   

       Err...... no ? No. No, definitely not. Pedantry first, then speeling, and gramer then, and finally the idea......
8th of 7, Jan 19 2008


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