Man has Bluetooth COMPASS implanted in his chest – and claims he’s created a ‘new human sense’

The chip vibrates every time Liviu Babitz faces north, transforming his body into a functioning navigational system

By Shivali Best, Mirror

It’s the latest trend in tech that sees people implanting chips under their skin.

Now, one ‘biohacker’ has taken things further, implanting a Bluetooth compass into his chest.

Liviu Babitz, 38, claims that this chip gives him a ‘new human sense.’

The electronic chip is attached to the skin with two titanium bars, and includes a compass chip with a Bluetooth connection.

The chip vibrates every time Mr Babitz faces north, transforming his body into a functioning navigational system.

More: https://www.mirror.co.uk/tech/man-bluetooth-compass-implanted-chest-13689144