Turkish YouTuber Puts Wireless Chip Under His Skin

Turkish YouTuber Tolga Özuygur, who managed to make a name for himself with his projects, this time placed an NFC chip under his skin. Özuygur also answered questions about this chip.

He succeeded in making his voice heard with his crazy inventions, especially with his homemade, voice assistant and flame throwing Iron Man costume. Tolga OzuygurHe has done something interesting recently. Özuygur had placed an implant under the skin in his hand. The feature of this implant was that it transformed one’s hand into a device. The implant included RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and NFC technologies.

Özuygur also published a video of how a chip is placed under his skin today. You can find his detailed explanation about the implant and the process of placing the implant in the video. himself, this can also use the implant A few vehicles did too.

Big-hearted man with a chip under his skin:

The questions we all have about the implant have been answered:

Özuygur, after placing the implant in his hand, announced that he would do many projects related to this in his post. While these projects had not yet come, many people had a lot of curiosity about the implant. Özuygur also made a question and answer in his story and talked about the subcutaneous implant. Curious about had answered before.

Of course, one of the first questions that comes to mind of anyone who sees such a thing is ‘Are we a walking credit card?‘ kind of thing is going on. A follower who was curious about this also stated whether a credit card could be defined in the implant. Özuygur stated that this cannot be done with this implant and that contactless payment has a more secure infrastructure.

According to Özuygur, the implant is housed in a biocompatible glass. This does not pose any threat to the body.

  • Any problems with MRI and metal detectors?

According to the tests performed, the device does not cause any problems when an MRI is taken. However, it does not cause problems such as squeaking in the metal detector.

  • Intrabody image of the implant:

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Özuygur, who showed an X-ray image on the internet, showed that the implant was in a very small size.

  • Why wasn’t it placed in a different part of the hand, such as the palm?

Stating that this part of the hand is standard, Özuygur stated that this point does not affect any function of the hand.