Software engineer and cosplayer Amie D.D.
took the functional RFID chip out of her Tesla key and had it put into her body and says it is working perfectly.
The procedure was a success but the chip now has a mildly shorter range and has caused some irritation and swelling which is expected to settle down soon.
Her YouTube video talks viewers through the process of the procedure.
The chip was taken out of the card using acetone and a biopolymer layer was applied to make it safe for insertion.
A professional at a piercing shop in Texas called Pineapple then performed the minor procedure and implanted the chip in the left arm of the YouTuber.
It currently is working fine, but there is some swelling at the site, and Amie needs to place her arm within an inch of the console to start her car.
She said in a tweet: ‘The area of the arm is inflamed and swollen right after implanting the chip.
RFID implants (pictured) use Near Field Communication technology which is the same as in contactless credit cards or mobile payments (file)
Th chip was taken out of the card using acetone and a biopolymer layer was applied to make it safe for insertion. Amie DD says it is currently working fine, but for some swelling at the site, and Amie needs to place her arm within an inch of the console to start her car (stock)
‘My friend records my videos and we didn’t have time to film the implant working with my Tesla this week because I’m at @defcon!’
Implanting microchips under the skin is not a revelation, but the use of it for a specific purpose and a Tesla is a first.
More than 3,000 Swedes have embraced microchips that contains details about their identity.
The miniature technology bypasses the need for cash, tickets, access cards and even social media.
BioHax International is the market leader in the innovate industry and has captured public imagination since it was started five years ago by Jowan Osterlund, a former professional body piercer.
Some people argue the conveniences gained from the procedure by so-called ‘body-hackers’ do not outweigh the risks to their private data.
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