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DIY cyborg appendage is less exciting than it sounds

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When we envision our transhumanist future, it’s a little more profound than simply adding a sixth finger… but we suppose you’ve gotta start somewhere. Instructables user and employee Frenzy gave himself a rather primitive extra digit as part of a project for an Electronics and Robotics class at San Francisco State University. Sadly he doesn’t provide step-by-step instructions for building your own cyborg appendage, but it doesn’t seem too difficult.
via Engadget

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