Woman from Sweden “sewed” a key in her hand

Modern technology is gradually becoming an integral component of everyday life. In order not to take the keys with her all the time, 25-year-old resident of Sweden implanted a chip, which allows to open the door with a single touch of her hand.

Woman from Sweden "sewed" a key in her hand

25-year-old resident of Sweden Emilott Lantz from Umea believes that carrying the keys is very uncomfortable. In order to get rid of this burden, the Swede resorted to the modern method of solving this problem, "sewing" a special chip, which is the size of a grain of rice in her hand.

The woman is an employee of Codemill consulting company and in her opinion, those who do not like her decision have limited imagination. "I don't feel as though this is the future – this is the present. To me, it's weird that we haven't seen this sooner," she tells The Local.

The progressive Swede is not only one using such a technology. When she participated in the technology conference in Stockholm, this procedure was offered to undergo for free. About 50 members of the Swedish organization BioHyfiken were operated on within a month. The principle of the use of this technology is quite simple – in order to open the door you have put your hand to the scanner.

It is to be recalled that recently there was introduced a new accessory for women – a "smart" bracelet MICA (My Intelligent Communication Accessory). The device allows receiving notifications of new events in Google Calendar and Facebook, to accept or reject invitations. Bracelet also provides dynamic reminders Time to Go. On the basis of geo-location data, Time to Go device locates the user and calculates the time required for the journey to the place of the next meeting. The user can remotely locate a device, get access to it or block it.

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