Tim Cannon, cofounder of a microchip implanting company, Grindhouse Wetware, shows off the spot on the fleshy part of his left hand where he has a subdermal chip. Photo taken July 27, 2017. Tim Johnson McClatchy
If you’re prone to forgetting your card key for the office or your computer password, here’s a solution: Get a microchip implanted in your hand.
That’s what Brian McEvoy has done multiple times. He’s got five implants, mostly for functional reasons but one just for fun.
“There’s a glow-in-the-dark implant on the back of my right hand,” said McEvoy, a 36-year-old electrical engineer from St. Paul, Minnesota.
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