Basic Mesh Inserts

Mesh inserts are ubiquitous among modern morphs.
This network of cybernetic brain implants is essential
equipment for anyone who wants to stay connected
and make full use of the wireless mesh. The interconnected
components of this system include:
• Cranial Computer: This computer serves as the
hub for the character’s personal area network
and is home to their muse (p. 264). It has all of
the functions of a smartphone and PDA, acting
as a media player, meshbrowser, alarm clock/
calendar, positioning and map system, address
book, advanced calculator, le storage system,
search engine, social networking client, messagingprogram, and note pad. It manages the user’s augmented
reality input and can run any software the
character desires (see Software, p. 331). It also
processes XP data, allowing the user to experience
other people’s recorded memories, and also
allowing the user to share their own XP sensory
input with others in real-time. Facial/image recognition
and encryption software (p. 331) are
included by default.
• Radio Transceiver: This transceiver connects the
user to the mesh and other characters/devices
within range. It has an effective range of 20 kilometers
in deep space or other locations far from
radio interference and 1 kilometer in crowded
• Medical Sensors: This array of implants monitors
the user’s medical status, including heart rate,
respiration, blood pressure, temperature, neural
activity, and much more. A sophisticated medical
diagnostic system interprets the data and warns
the user of any concerns or dangers.
Using any of these functions is as easy as thinking.
[Moderate, but included for free in most morphs]

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