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20th Apr '18 5:45:49 PM jormis29
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* ''Film/{{Big Hero 6}}'' has the microbots being controlled by a headband neural interface, which Yokai incorporated into his kabuki mask.

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* ''Film/{{Big Hero 6}}'' ''Disney/BigHero6'' has the microbots being controlled by a headband neural interface, which Yokai incorporated into his kabuki mask.
14th Mar '18 8:53:15 AM Zuxtron
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* In ''VideoGame/CytusII'', 70% of the world's population has a chip implanted behind their ear, which allows them to connect to the {{Cyberspace}} world of Cytus. [[spoiler:Aesir-FEST and Neko's stream both get targeted by cyber-terrorists, inflicting mild-to-moderate brain damage such as amnesia and comas on those affected]].
28th Dec '17 8:16:47 PM TheMasterG
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* ''Film/{{Big Hero 6}}'' has the microbots being controlled by a headband neural interface, which Yokai incorporated into his kabuki mask.
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20th Dec '17 4:51:06 AM KnightofLsama
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** The external ports are part of what the series refers to as a cyber-brain, a complex series of interfaces connecting directly to the brain. The external ports are mostly used for high bandwith and/or more secure connections while virtually every character has a wireless connection as well. The sheer ubiquity of the technology, at least in Japan, is what makes skilled hackers like the Puppetmaster, the Laughing Man or the Major herself so potentially dangerous.
16th Dec '17 12:44:27 AM CharlesPhipps
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* Agent G and all the other CorporateSamurai ProfessionalKiller types in the International Refugee Society have this as part of their standard cybernetics package. It's implied to be fairly basic tech in the ''Literature/AgentG'' world.
25th Oct '17 4:45:02 PM OriCat
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* ''Literature/Incarceron'' has the Glove, which allows one of the characters to pull a GrandTheftMe on the artificial intelligence it interfaces with.

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* ''Literature/Incarceron'' ''Literature/{{Incarceron}}'' has the Glove, which allows one of the characters to pull a GrandTheftMe on the artificial intelligence it interfaces with.
25th Oct '17 4:43:13 PM OriCat
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25th Oct '17 4:41:43 PM OriCat
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* Catherine Fisher likes this trope. ''Literature/RelicMaster'' also includes the Coronet, which jacks the user's brain into the WeatherControlMachines.

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* Catherine Fisher likes this trope. ''Literature/RelicMaster'' also includes the Coronet, which jacks the user's brain into the WeatherControlMachines.[[WeatherControlMachine Weather Control Machines]].
25th Oct '17 4:40:50 PM OriCat
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* ''Literature/Incarceron'' has the Glove, which allows one of the characters to pull a GrandTheftMe on the artificial intelligence it interfaces with.
* Catherine Fisher likes this trope. ''Literature/RelicMaster'' also includes the Coronet, which jacks the user's brain into the WeatherControlMachines.
11th Oct '17 11:45:27 AM Xtifr
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The likely users are cyborgs, robots, [[PsychicPowers telepaths]], EnergyBeings, mages, and the [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetically engineered.]] A normal human is unlikely to be able to use one of these unless it's non invasive.

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The likely users In many cases, especially when physical jacks are cyborgs, robots, [[PsychicPowers telepaths]], EnergyBeings, mages, and involved, having such an interface will be the mark of an [[HollywoodHacking elite hacker]], or of certain specific professions, such as [[CyborgHelmsman starship pilot]]. In a few cases, the use of such interfaces may be limited to cyborgs or aliens or the [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke genetically engineered.]] A normal human is unlikely to be able to use one of these unless it's non invasive.
If ''everyone'' has one, there's a good chance you're looking at a MindControlDevice or even an artificial HiveMind.
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