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Body modded cyborg demonstrates how RFID and NFC Chips implanted in his hands allow him to live a key-free life

This is a video of “body modification expert and self-described cyborg” Russ Foxx demonstrating how the RFID (radio frequency identification) and NFC (near field communication) chips he’s had installed in his hands allow him to live an analog key-free life by unlocking his front door, starting his motorcycle’s engine, and unlocking a concealment table he built with the chips. The NFC chip in his hand can also be scanned using an NFC-enabled Android phone to automatically download all his business contact info. THE FUTURE. No word what the horns on top of his head are capable of, but I suspect the answer would blow our minds. “They’re just decorative.” *brain explodes*

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