Background[edit | edit source]
The device is around the size of a grain of rice, and is inserted under the skin just behind the ear under local anaesthetic. It records all memories of what the user has seen since it was installed, allowing them to replay them in either in their head or on a screen. This process is known as a "redo".
The menu options on the Grain are controlled by a small handheld console, which can also be used to pay for services such as taxis via contactless payment. Removing the Grain without the aid of a medical professional is dangerous, and can cause brain and eye damage.
Features[edit | edit source]
This feature allows the user to replay any memory they have since the Grain was installed. This can be done at different speeds, and is sometimes requirement for security checks to board airplanes. Individuals can also be tagged.
During the redo, you can zoom in closely on any area of the footage.
- Lip Reading:
If a redo contains footage of two people talking, but what they are saying cannot be heard, the user can zoom in and utilise the lip reading tool to hear what they are saying. This is used by Liam Foxwell to see what his wife Ffion Foxwell and Jonas were talking about at a party.
Season 1[edit | edit source]
The Entire History of You[edit | edit source]
Season 5[edit | edit source]
Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too[edit | edit source]
An advert for the Willow Grain implant is overheard on a television playing in the room of Rachel Goggins.