This interesting invention from the Interval Research Corporation is an electronic implant beneath the skin surface displaying an image based upon a display signal.
It displays various re-programmable information or decorative patterns beneath the surface of the skin of a person or an animal.
The implant is constructed of a flexible material so as to conform to the skin’s surface. It includes a battery for providing power to the implant.
The subcutaneous implant also includes a receiver for receiving programming information from a user, and a display for displaying the programming information through the skin.
Filed: 7 June 1995