Birmingham, Michigan (WXYZ) — When it comes to innovation, from retro gold to dope tech, 41-year-old Brandon Dalaly has taken matters into his own hands.
Brandon is able to open the Tesla door thanks to a microchip implanted under the skin of his right hand.
“This is more than just a Tesla key,” said Brandon Dalaly. “It can be a secure crypto storage wallet. At some point in the future, you can do credit card transactions.”
The tip is about the size of a small clip.
“There’s an LED on top, a copper coil in the middle that acts as an NFC antenna, and underneath that is the actual chip,” Dalaly said.
For $100, Piercer embedded a $300 tip. According to Brandon, it doesn’t affect his daily activities, so much that people don’t even notice it.
But this isn’t Brandon’s first rodeo.The first implant in his left hand opens the door to his home. We also obtain medical records, if necessary.
“When you tap it, the chip lights up green, indicating a connection, so you can know your blood type, emergency contact information, and even pull out your COVID vax card,” Dalaly said.
What’s the motivation behind the implants? Living without keys and wallets.
“People think I’m a little crazy. People call me a cyborg or something,” Dalaly said.
Regarding his message to all those who disagree with technological progress, Brandon said, “This is what I do for myself, not for others. Why do people I don’t know if you’re that angry about this, I’m not saying this technology is for everyone, if we see more of these phenomena in the future, it could save someone’s life ‘ he said.
Brandon plans a third implant that will allow him to monitor vitals such as temperature.
We recommend that you consult your doctor before undertaking any body modifications or implants.