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We show for the first time that commodity devices can be used to generate wireless data transmissions that are confined to the human body. Specifically, we show that commodity input devices such as fingerprint sensors and touchpads can be used to transmit information to only wireless receivers that are in contact with the body. We characterize the propagation of the resulting transmissions across the whole body and run experiments with ten subjects to demonstrate that our approach generalizesdoi:10.1145/2971648.2971682 dblp:conf/huc/HessarIG16 fatcat:f3mlrtzik5eilarexgecx3ruka