For Ben Workman, access to biomedical implants is “just a curious experiment,” according tomedia outlet Techspot. Of course, finding someone willing to implant such a device is a daunting task. He was attacked by a doctor, a veterinarian and even a perforated studio, so he turned to family members. But the process of implanting a Tesla key chip was a little complicated, and he eventually persuaded the perforated studio to help.
By “transplanting” the chip from the key card to the body, Workman can achieve a true “keyless door.” The Fox 13 channel in Salt Lake City recently reported on Workman’s story.
But the story doesn’t end there, as other implants allow Workman to unlock office doors, log on to his computer, and even wirelessly share contact information. One of his hands even has magnets, mainly for partying techniques.