Space & Innovation

Would You Get a Microchip in Your Hand?

The way of the future, or just plain creepy?

A Swedish work center called Epicenter offers their employees the option to get a Radio-Frequency Identification Chip implanted in their hand. The microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and allow employees to open doors, use the copy machine, and even buy coffee with just a wave of their hand. But many people are against the idea of having any kind of chip inside their body.

Would you ever get a microchip implant, or is it just too weird?