I was Delta Force, Tier One and I served five tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Some would call me a hero, but now I'm part of a program called Clockwork for the CyberCom Defense Operations Center (CDOC). I possess an extremely rare genetic mutation called Athens-4U7R which was discovered to be the necessary condition of the perfect candidate for the micro-chip implantation.
I am considered an advanced intelligence agent with the kind of power previously only found in a machine, the first of my kind. The chip equips me with special abilities. I can access the information grid at anytime and receive internet data including text, satellite images, social media, video and more. I can use all of this data to create a "cyber-render," like a moment frozen in time.
This is something that the chip does that nobody had expected. I can create a virtual snapshot of an event in my mind and then walk through it. But it's more than that. It's like a virtual evidence wall. The chip processes all of the intel and data I have access to just like a computer, but my brain metabolizes it like a brain.
The cyber-rendering is generated by me, and consists of part fact, part imagination. Think of it like a dream. That's how I can analyze it. I take the factual information and put the pieces together with what I think could have happened to understand what occurred at any particular event.