Amal Graafstra, a technology author and owner of several technology and mobile communications companies, is a double RFID implantee who can access his computer and open his front door with a flick of the wrist, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
In 2005, Graafstra first applied the technology to himself so he could stop carrying keys for work and home. After just a five-minute procedure by a cosmetic surgeon he was chipped and able to program the locks in his life to recognize the chip.
About the size of a grain of rice, the chip sits just inside the webbing between his thumb and forefinger. The chip has been programed to enable Graafstra to unlock his car door and even start his motorcycle.
However he says the best benefit seems to be when we returns home from the grocery store. With groceries in each arm, he is able to simply nudge his hand against a reader panel next to the doorknob and unlock it.
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