USC Student Inserts Microchips Into His Own Hand
A freshman at the University of South Carolina doesn’t need his student I.D. to get into campus buildings.
He gets past security with a wave of his hand.
18-year-old Evan Bryer has microchips embedded between his thumb and index finger, which he installed himself in his own dorm room.
He bought the microchips online.
Each is about the size of a grain of rice.
The computer science major also programmed the chips to do things like pay at vending machines, even store his passwords and phone contacts.