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23rd Apr '17 4:21:27 PM nombretomado
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* TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} ''TranshumanSpace'' makes brain implants practically the only cybernetics still in common use.

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* TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} ''TranshumanSpace'' ''TabletopGame/TranshumanSpace'' makes brain implants practically the only cybernetics still in common use.
3rd Apr '17 4:57:04 AM Doug86
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* In {{Superman}} continuities where ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} isn't a robot himself, this is what the diodes on his head are used for.

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* In {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} continuities where ComicBook/{{Brainiac}} isn't a robot himself, this is what the diodes on his head are used for.
21st Mar '17 6:49:11 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula'' the [[spoiler:Al-Zard NP-1 is a bio-computer that helps it's pilot drive better by basically controlling his every action.]]

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* In ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula'' the [[spoiler:Al-Zard NP-1 is a bio-computer that helps it's its pilot drive better by basically controlling his every action.]]
21st Mar '17 6:48:45 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula'' the [[spoiler:the Al-Zard NP-1 is a bio-computer, that helps it's pilot drive better by basically controlling his every action.]]

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* In ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula'' the [[spoiler:the Al-Zard [[spoiler:Al-Zard NP-1 is a bio-computer, bio-computer that helps it's pilot drive better by basically controlling his every action.]]
21st Mar '17 6:47:28 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''Anime/FutureGPXCyberFormula'' the [[spoiler:the Al-Zard NP-1 is a bio-computer, that helps it's pilot drive better by basically controlling his every action.]]
21st Mar '17 6:42:54 PM WillKeaton
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* In ‘‘Anime/{{Robotech}}’’ and the source material for the second saga (namely ‘‘Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross’’) this is one of the reasons the Bioroid are so hard to take down: being thought-controlled they’re far more nimble than the human mechs they’re facing, and the multiple redundancies in the system mean the only swift way to take one down is SnipingTheCockpit.

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* In ‘‘Anime/{{Robotech}}’’ ''Anime/{{Robotech}}'' and the source material for the second saga (namely ‘‘Anime/SuperDimensionCavalrySouthernCross’’) this is one of the reasons the Bioroid are so hard to take down: being thought-controlled they’re far more nimble than the human mechs they’re facing, and the multiple redundancies in the system mean the only swift way to take one down is SnipingTheCockpit.
18th Mar '17 9:04:22 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* This is what the titular Nexus 5 does for a human in ''{{Literature/TheNexusSeries}}''. Nexus allows nanomachines to bind to the human brain and map itself into a usable architecture during a psychedelic [[FantasticDrug "calibration phase".]] Afterwards, anyone running nexus can communicate entire emotions, ideas, and memories to anyone else with the architecture. This doesn't even touch on what happens if someone has a [[PeoplePuppets back-door.]]

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* This is what the titular Nexus 5 does for a human in ''{{Literature/TheNexusSeries}}''.''Literature/TheNexusSeries''. Nexus allows nanomachines to bind to the human brain and map itself into a usable architecture during a psychedelic [[FantasticDrug "calibration phase".]] Afterwards, anyone running nexus can communicate entire emotions, ideas, and memories to anyone else with the architecture. This doesn't even touch on what happens if someone has a [[PeoplePuppets back-door.]]
3rd Mar '17 11:55:45 PM LinTaylor
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** ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' features the Ālaya-Vijñāna System, [[BodyHorror spinal implants]] that allow the user to connect directly with a mobile suit to improve reaction time and spatial awareness. Due to the nature of the procedure, they can only be implanted in [[ChildSoldiers growing children]], and the procedure has a high rate of failure, generally resulting in spinal injuries, para- or quadriplegia, or even death. While the implants are severely taboo on Earth (to the point where most people treat those with implants as if they aren't even human anymore), less ethical groups like the [[PrivateMilitaryContractors Chryse Guard Security]] and [[SpacePirates Brewers]] will "adopt" kids and force them to undergo the surgery, abandoning them on the streets if the process fails.

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** ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' features the Ālaya-Vijñāna System, [[BodyHorror spinal implants]] that allow the user to connect directly with a mobile suit to improve reaction time and spatial awareness. Due to the nature of the procedure, they can only be implanted in [[ChildSoldiers growing children]], and the procedure has a high rate of failure, generally resulting in spinal injuries, para- or quadriplegia, or even death. While the implants are severely taboo on Earth (to the point where most people treat those with implants as if they aren't even human anymore), less ethical groups like the [[PrivateMilitaryContractors Chryse Guard Security]] and [[SpacePirates Brewers]] will "adopt" kids and force them to undergo the surgery, abandoning them on the streets if the process fails. [[spoiler:In the climax of the first season, after Ein Dalton's body is mangled beyond repair by Mikazuki, he agrees to a procedure that hooks his brain directly into a SuperPrototype dubbed the "Graze Ein", meaning he effectively '''is''' the Mobile Suit.]]


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*** The second season introduces a couple of variations on this: [[spoiler:[=McGillis=] Fareed used the data gathered from Ein Dalton's procedure to get an A-V implant despite the fact that he's an adult, letting him pilot Gjallarhorn's "sword in the stone" Gundam Bael. Meanwhile, Gaelio Baudin had Ein's brain[[note]]It's unclear if he means the actual brain matter or a computer copy of it[[/note]] installed into his pilot suit, allowing him to hand over control of his Gundam to Ein; this version is officially dubbed "Ālaya-Vijñāna System Type-E".]]
18th Feb '17 3:02:27 PM LinTaylor
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* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'' has the ZERO System, which feeds data directly into the pilot's brain and reacts to his decisions practically at speed-of-thought. Unfortunately, if you don't have immaculate focus, it drives you crazy.
* ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' features the Ālaya-Vijñāna System, [[BodyHorror spinal implants]] that allow the user to connect directly with a mobile suit to improve reaction time and spatial awareness. Due to the nature of the procedure, they can only be implanted in [[ChildSoldiers growing children]], and the procedure has a high rate of failure, generally resulting in spinal injuries or death. Children who join [[PrivateMilitaryContractors Chryse Guard Security]] are forced to receive these, while not having any anesthesia administered during the surgery.

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* ** ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'' has the ZERO System, which feeds data directly into the pilot's brain and reacts to his decisions practically at speed-of-thought. Unfortunately, if you don't have immaculate focus, it drives you crazy.
* ** ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamIronBloodedOrphans'' features the Ālaya-Vijñāna System, [[BodyHorror spinal implants]] that allow the user to connect directly with a mobile suit to improve reaction time and spatial awareness. Due to the nature of the procedure, they can only be implanted in [[ChildSoldiers growing children]], and the procedure has a high rate of failure, generally resulting in spinal injuries injuries, para- or quadriplegia, or even death. Children who join While the implants are severely taboo on Earth (to the point where most people treat those with implants as if they aren't even human anymore), less ethical groups like the [[PrivateMilitaryContractors Chryse Guard Security]] and [[SpacePirates Brewers]] will "adopt" kids and force them to undergo the surgery, abandoning them on the streets if the process fails.
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are forced significant limiters in place to receive these, while not having any anesthesia administered during protect the surgery.pilot's brain, but this is seemingly dependent on the user; in one episode, Mikazuki's default settings for the Barbatos are so high that when another member of Tekkadan tries to pilot the machine it overloads his brain and renders him temporarily comatose. [[spoiler:Twice so far (versus the Graze Ein and the Hashmal), Mikazuki deliberately disables the limiters to get maximum performance out of the Barbatos, which results in his losing the use of parts of his body (his right eye and arm the first time, his right leg the second time) though when he's hooked into the system they function just fine.]]
16th Feb '17 9:07:05 PM fdsa1234567890
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* An extremely primitive example compared to most, but Root gains one of these in ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. After an involuntary stapectomy, she gets a Cochlear implant that serves as a constant link to The Machine.
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