has implanted two rfid chips into his hands
to permit himself keyless access to his computer, car and home. He's also written a book
about the experience and the various rfid "toys" he's devised.
This Valentine's Day, he and his girlfriend expressed a "modern declaration of their affection for each other
, with implanted electronic chips that allow them unfettered access to each other's lives".
Interested in something similar? The company Amal used
is selling a kit. Though they don't actually recommend it for use with medical implants.
So, cool, crazy or inevitable?
posted by darkstar
on Feb 17, 2006 -