Amie DD, an enthusiastic biohacker who tailors technology products to her body, shared the video on social media showing all stages of the process.
Amie DD has installed all the features of a credit card sized electronic key belonging to a Tesla Model 3 car on a micro chip used in mobile phones. The XNT NFC chip, covered in biological glass and only 12 mm in size, was then placed by the tattoo master under the skin of Amia DD's right wrist.
However, this procedure has raised some questions. Internet viewers commented on whether or not it was necessary. Because someone who carries their cellphone with them and forgets a car card at home can open a car with a chip inside the device.
The use of RFID chips, which do not require a battery and containing a micro antenna, has been controversial for employees of a company called Epicenter in Stockholm, Sweden.
In August 2013, artist Anthony Antonellis spent time recording and storing artwork on his smartphone with an RFID chip that he placed inside his hand.
In 2014, however, it was debated whether microchips were a treacherous plan to control a society called a life-saving invention, such as the presence of missing children.