Transhumanism is no longer a fantasy. Significant research and increased consumer adoption of implants will grow from 2020 through 2030 and beyond. With System-In-Chip (SIC) technology an extremely high level of miniaturisation and encapsulation particularly at 5nm and below is now possible. 
Given the ubiquity of connectivity, sensors and interactivity, an implant now needs to communicate across a variety of mediums, eg. brain-to-brain, brain-to-sensor, sensor-to-sensor, and sensor-to-device. Combined with the Internet of Things (IoT) and nanodevice advances the era of the Ultra Intelligent Versatile Implant (or UIVI, pronounced you-eye-vee) for humans and animals is upon us.
Krymeis a brand-new protocol and platform designed for the demands of UIVIs in the near and far future, across a range of vertical and horizontal socio-economic biomes. Kryme™ is designed to be forward-compatible and aims to rethink the protocols used for near and far future implant and nano-communication.
Application Scenarios
Reality is better than fiction. Kryme™ memory playback is designed to record one person's experience and then allow it to be re-experienced multiple times in any other person at their leisure. Unlike virtual reality, artificially-constructed or interpolated worlds, Kryme™ memory playback allows for two modalities. One is direct, unique experiences that can be shared on a free-or-paid basis. Another is a memory theatre in which a person's experience is recorded within a scripted, theatrical context including product placements and other forms of advertising to generate revenue. The latter memory farming may birth an entirely new B2C, C2C and C2B industry.

Rethinking Input/Output(I/O)
Currently digital devices depend on I/O standards, protocols and paradigms that need to be radically re-thought when it comes to human neural interfacing. While major advances have been made in direct nervous system stimuli, capturing output such as emotions, thoughts, dreams, memories as well as a myriad of bioindicators remains elusive. Don't get me wrong, phenomenal progress has been achieved in medical analysis and non-invasive, live scanning of the human mind and body. However I/O will need to be perceived more in terms of realtime signal processing, storage and feedback. Additionally, one cannot discount the importance of reviewing brain-to-device and brain-to-brain communication from an entertainment and commercial perspective.