Tesla Model 3 owner implants key card chip into her arm to unlock and start her vehicle

The idea of implanting technology into our bodies isn’t exactly new. However, it seems that one particular biohacker by the name of Amie DD has gone one step further by implanting an RFID chip into her arm, which in turn could be used by her to unlock the door to her Tesla Model 3 vehicle.According to Amie DD, she already had an RFID implanted into her arm and she thought that she could simply transfer the information from her Tesla to her existing chip. However, due to Tesla’s security feature, it prevented her from doing that. So what she did was she took her existing Tesla keycard, melted it down, took the RFID chip from there and implanted it into herself.It is an interesting “hack” and if you’re interested in checking it out, you can check out the video above which shows her getting the chip, taking it to a body modification studio to have it implanted properly into her. The concept of implanting RFIDs aren’t new, and we already do that with our pets.We’ve also

Tesla Model 3 owner implants key card chip into her arm to unlock and start her vehicle

When smartphones and keyfobs are impossible to keep up with, some say you could just implant them into your body so you can always unlock your car.

Wed 14 Aug 19 from TechXplore

Tesla Model 3 owner implants key card chip into her arm to unlock and start her vehicle, Wed 14 Aug 19 from USA today

Biohacker inserts her Tesla key microchip in her own ARM

A biohacking YouTuber has inserted the microchip to unlock her Tesla into her own arm. Amie DD had the implant put in her arm in Texas this month and says it is currently working but caused ...

Thu 15 Aug 19 from Daily Mail

This woman implanted her Tesla Model 3's valet key into her arm - Roadshow

It's only a matter of time before Elon tries to offer this as an option when configuring your Model 3.

Wed 14 Aug 19 from CNET Cutting Edge

This woman implanted her Tesla's valet key into her arm - Roadshow

It's only a matter of time before Elon tries to offer this as an option when purchasing your Model 3.

Tue 13 Aug 19 from CNET

Watch a Tesla RFID chip get implanted into owner's arm

Rather than coming with a physical key, the Tesla Model 3 can be unlocked using a smartphone app, a keycard, or a key fob. As per The Verge, a software engineer called Amie DD decided to take ...

Tue 13 Aug 19 from Techspot

Biohacker Implants RFID Chip Into Her Arm To Unlock Her Tesla Model 3

The idea of implanting technology into our bodies isn’t exactly new. However, it seems that one particular biohacker by the name of Amie DD has gone one step further by implanting an ...

Mon 12 Aug 19 from Ubergizmo

Tesla Model 3 owner implants RFID chip to turn her arm into a key

Forget the keycard or phone app, one software engineer is trying out a new way to unlock and start her Tesla Model 3. Amie DD, who has a background in game simulation and programming, recently ...

Sat 10 Aug 19 from TechCrunch

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