Phones Implanted in Teeth
It's a prototype input-ouput audio device implanted in a tooth. You get it installed at the dentist and it allows communication with a phone or other communication device. It's meant to be more of an art project, but clearly we are going to build new communicative abilities into our bodies eventually. People are already complaining about feeling naked, cut-off, or unsafe when they leave their mobile behind. Eventually we won't want the possibility of not being able to immediately connect to our social networks.
"The design builds upon the current form of replacement surgery, such as artificial joints, to produce the first commodity based in-body product. A micro-vibration device and a wireless receiver are implanted in the tooth during routine dental surgery and sound is transferred from the tooth into the inner ear by bone resonance, converting digital signals to audio. Sound reception is totally discreet enabling information to be received anywhere and at anytime, whether it is City traders receiving stock market information in the cinema or spin-doctors sending information to politicians as they are interviewed."
Wireless Tooth Phone