A Direct Neural Interface (DNI) is a common cybernetic implant. It allows the user to interact with compatible electronics and access the Net by thought alone and experience the most immersive virtual reality experience possible by transmitting sensory data directly to the brain.
The term “Tap” is used for any number of easily available neural interface devices worn on the head or implanted under the scalp. A Tap sends and receives data from any compatible source directly to-and-from the user’s brain, enabling input and interface with computer and communications equipment at the speed of thought. Along with PIDs and P-Comms, Taps are among the most common information and communications devices in the New World (3.1).