Tag Archives: Biohacking

Australia – Transport for NSW can’t cancel biohacker’s Opal card implant because it’s not registered

By | July 10, 2017

A SYDNEY man who implanted a public transport card into his hand has performed the ultimate troll on authorities upset by the actions of the biohacker. After hearing Meow-Ludo Meow-Meow had the chip of an Opal contactless transport card implanted under the skin on his left hand, Transport for NSW attempted to cancel the account because it was a violation… Read More »

Swedish railway uses microchip implants

By | June 12, 2017

Sweden’s state-owned rail operator SJ is allowing passengers to use microchip implants rather than conventional tickets.  The idea is currently being trialed just among some SJ members. It means all they need to travel is their left hand and the small microchip implanted in it. Authorities believe implanting the microchip will make the train journey more convenient. SJ… Read More »

Interview to Amal Graafstra, Founder of Dangerous Things, the Company that Wants to Implants a Smart Card in Your Hand

By | March 20, 2017

Today interview is with Amal Graafstra, founder of the biohacking company Dangerous Things. Q: Hi Amal, can you share with us how and why did you get into electronic implants business? A: Back in 2005, I had an office where the only door leading outside was an emergency exit style door with a crash bar but no alarm.… Read More »