Implanted neural activity sensor
|Implanted neural activity sensor|
The Implanted neural activity sensor is a cybernetic Neural Activity Sensor. It remotely detects the electrical activity of a lifeform's central nervous system, classifies it by complexity and activity, and compares it to recorded life forms, especially sophonts. The implanted version has a range of only 5 meters or so, the limit being the mounting of the antenna. The system is too big to implant anywhere but a torso. Using the NAS required an eyeball display.