"Zoe Quinn doesn't just make heartfelt, experimental games like Depression Quest. She's also pretty set on becoming a cyborg, judging from the cyberpunk as hell implants she's gotten over the last couple of years.
(Update: full disclosure, Quinn and I are friends.)
On her left ring finger, she has a magnet which is coated in silicone. It lets her feel magnetic fields, wires, and obviously, pick up some metal objects. (And no, she can't mess up hard-drives with it—it's not big enough.)
More recently, she got a NTAG216 chip implant on a hand as well, which lets her do...well, whatever she programs it to do.
"I'm not sure what all the possibilities are," Quinn wrote on her blog. "I can tell you that I'm planning to make a game that integrates it, and I can lock and unlock my phone with it super easy as well as transmit data to other compatible NFC devices like Android phones."