Often we forget to keep the car key somewhere. People generally face this problem. But the owner of a Tesla car spent $ 400 (approximately Rs 31935) to get the chip in his car key in his hand through surgery. The owner of the car, after getting the chip in his hand and after getting the chip, opened the car without the key by simply putting it in his hand and shared a video which has gone viral on social media.
Right hand chip
Tesla car owner Brandon Daly shared a video on social media this week that showed him putting a chip on his right hand and then using the device to unlock his vehicle. Brandon Daly explained in the video that I now use it as my key when I don’t have my key card.
Install apps wirelessly in the body with chips
Finally decided to take my phone key issues in to my own hands… literally. Tesla key chip implant. pic.twitter.com/RVK8ZaePoI
— Brandon Dalaly (@BrandonDalaly) August 16, 2022
The name of the chip in Brandon Daly’s hand is Vivoki Apex, in which NFC technology has been used. Daly said he is part of a beta group of about 100 people who have been testing the chips before bringing them to the public. He explained that the company that did it has its own app store where you can install apps wirelessly to your body with these chips. He installed the app by putting this chip in his hand, so that he is operating his Tesla car without a key.
Another small chip in the left hand
Tesla owners who do not want to use such chips on their bodies can also use the keycard or mobile app to unlock their vehicle. Daly also revealed that he already has another small chip in his left hand that holds his coronavirus vaccination card, his house keys, his contact card and other information. Daly told that his plan was to keep the house key in the left hand and the car key in the right hand.