Software Engineer and YouTube star Amie DD may have just taken keyless entry to an entirely new and unexplored level. In a recent video, the brave and perhaps a little too adventurous woman embedded her vehicles RFID chip into her arm. Unlike most vehicles, the Tesla Model 3 is unlocked using a smartphone, a car-shaped key fob, or a keycard.
In her YouTube video, Amie DD explains that she took out the RFID chip from the keycard and had it implanted in her arm. She also reveals that she had performed a similar process with another RFID chip years earlier.After Amie DD failed to transfer Tesla’s software to her previous RFID chip she decided on a new implant.
The process included dissolving her Tesla keycard in acetone and then having the chip encased in a biopolymer. Amie DD then visited a body-modification studio where she had the chip implanted into her forearm.
Amid DD documented the entire process which you can witness for yourself in the YouTube video below (Warning: there is a little bit of blood).
Here’s the full video: