Tesla Model S owner Brandon Dalari has an NFC chip implanted in his right hand that allows him to unlock his device without a key.
The driver spent $400 for the tip and the trial. Its palm was cut and a small NFC chip was inserted that did not need to be recharged. The principle of operation is the same as for Apple Pay. When Dalali approaches a locked car, simply wave your hand on the Model 3 counter and the car will read the NFC and unlock.
The video, which Dalali uploaded to Twitter, was shot immediately after the surgery. He had a tumor in his arm at the time, which made getting out of the car longer than usual. But once the tumor disappeared, Tesla was able to learn about NFC technology much faster, according to the car owner. This is not Dalali’s first slide. Previously, he planted another chip in his left hand which opened the front door of his house.