Tesla Model 3 Owner Implants Car Key Into Her Forearm

Here’s a surefire way to make sure you never lose your car keys.

Amie DD is a software developer, self-described maker of things, and proud owner of a Tesla Model 3. She recently modified her body so she could unlock and start her car with her arm.

The Tesla doesn’t come with a traditional car key. Instead, the vehicle can be unlocked and turned on via a keycard that looks kind of like what you use at hotels. 

Amie posted a video on YouTube showing how she removed the RFID chip from the keycard using acetone, which took about an hour. She then placed it into a biopolymer and went to a body modification professional who injected it into her left forearm.  Read more...

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