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Technology continues to grow in leaps and bounds, becoming smaller more convenient and more advanced. From giant desktop computers, there are now compact tablets, mobile phones, and smart-watches, but one Russian doctor and innovative scientist Alexander Volchek has taken technology integration one step further, by having 6 electronic microchips embedded into his body.
The electronic microchips embedded in his body help with his day-to-day activities and have the capacity to store anything from 800 bytes to 1 kilobyte of information. Using the microchips embedded under his skin, Volchek can open doors by moving his hand over a bar code scanner. The chips can also store his passwords, credit card numbers, and business cards.
A few years back, Volcheck got his first microchip implant and since then there has been no turning back. According to him, in the future he hopes to implant a cryptosystem and a glucometer microchip in his body.
“I implanted the first chip on August 8, 2014. It prohibits change of code and is equivalent to an access control card from one of the Siberian ski resorts. Sometime later, I registered it in the access control system of the organization that I work for,” Volchek said in an interview with Sputnik.
The first samples of microchips being embedded inside the body were used in veterinary medicine back in the early 2000s.
View Volchek and his microchips in action below: