Thursday, 6 December 2012

Equip yourself with magnetic sixth sense

You might have heard of magnetic implants which are the use of a little magnetic chip to be implanted in one of your fingers; to let you be capable of sensing electromagnetic emissions from those gadgets around you.

Being capable of sensing different electro magnetic emissions allow you to interact with different electronic devices and your environment differently. Or if you’re a gadget freak, you will be able to get more excitements such as the different strengths of EM emissions coming from your iPad or a Nexus 7 tablet.
But to have such a kind of magnetic implant usually sets you back at around $200 or more. Thanks to Mike, who’s created a much more convenient solution known as Nyodyme which allows you to sense EM emissions without having to cut a single piece of skin of your finger. And it just costs a mere $12 .
The Nyodyme Magnet comes in the form of a portable piece which provides you the ability to sense electromagnetic waves around you. The little Nyodyme vibrates when electromagnetic waves are detected . It’s created from a beautiful gold and nickel-plated neodymium magnet that is placed within Imagina’s specially made glue that has magnetic iron filings mixed into it to enhance the vibrations.
Available in two colors red and blue and at a price of $12 a piece only, you can have it from Etsy. The little downside is you may tend to lose it or forget to bring it along.
For TechChee readers, you can now get it with 10% off by entering the coupon code TECHCHEE during your checkout on Etsy.

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