This is How RFID Microchips are Implanted into Humans

Publication Title
Publication/Creation Date
February 11 2015
Hannes Sjoblad (creator)
Media Type
Web Series
Persuasive Intent
A needle is used to implant microchips underneath human skin, and several office workers at the Epicenter hi-tech office block in Stockholm were recently implanted with RFID chips. The radio-frequency identification microchips, or RFID, are roughly the size of a rice grain and can transmit personal information over short distances. This video discusses that the company will not be tracking it's employees with the chips, but will be allowing them easier access through technology. The implanted RFID provides easy access to unlocking pin code prompts in both smartphones and office doors.
HCI Platform
Discursive Type
Location on Body
Marketing Keywords

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Hannes Sjoblad
Date archived
February 20 2015
Last edited
April 4 2019
How to cite this entry
Hannes Sjoblad. (February 11 2015). "This is How RFID Microchips are Implanted into Humans". Ruptly. Fabric of Digital Life.