Monday, April 18, 2016

Scientists Stream Netflix Through Pork Loin

Scientists at the University of Illinois transmitted a wireless signal strong enough to “stream Netflix” through a pork tenderloin and beef liver. The project, nicknamed “meat-comms”, tested whether an ultrasonic system might be a feasible way to communicate with medical devices implanted in the human body.
There is some question about whether the results could be replicated in human tissues. Perhaps if they added a few sprigs of thyme?

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