The latest breakthrough in medical technology is a microchip that can download COVID-19 vaccine passport data. The Swedish company Epicenter has created a microchip that stores COVID-19 vaccination information and can be read by a device using a near-field communication protocol. The chip can be inserted between a person’s thumb and forefinger. It can then be read through the skin using a near-field communications device.
A recent video from the Swedish startup Epicenter showed off its microchip, which can download COVID-19 vaccination data. The chip can be read by any device using the NFC protocol. In a short demonstration video, the company’s CEO, Hannes Sjoblad, a biohacker and founder of the Swedish Association of Biohackers, described the microchip and how it will work.
Epicenter has already introduced a microchip with an NFC protocol that can be read by smartphones and other devices. The company’s founder, Hannes Sjoblad, founder of disruptive and the Swedish Association of Biohackers, demonstrated how the microchip can be implanted in the arm. The chip will be able to read COVID-19 vaccine data when used with NFC-compatible devices.
The startup has also shown a demo of its COVID vaccine passport implant that can be downloaded by any smartphone or NFC-enabled device. The company’s CEO, Hannes Sjoblad, also founded disruptive, is a biohacker, and is an ambassador for Sweden at the Singularity Universe. The company hopes to be ready for commercial use in the coming years.
The microchip is a small grain-sized implant that can be placed under the skin. The microchip can download COVID-19 vaccination details via an NFC device. The device can also be used to track the progress of COVID vaccine research and development. The new device can be implanted in an arm, leg, or any other part of the body. It can be scanned by smartphones using the NFC protocol.
The startup’s CEO, Hannes Sjoblad, explained that it can download COVID-19 vaccine passport data from any smartphone via NFC protocol. Its video included Hannes Sjoblad, the CEO of the Swedish Association of Biohackers. The microchip can be implanted in the arm or between a person’s thumb and forefinger.
The system uses a small, rice-sized chip. This microchip works by reading the COVID-19 passport data stored on it. The microchip is implanted under the skin, allowing it to read biometrics. It also allows for mobile payments, which could be convenient for people traveling abroad. In addition, the COVID-19 passport will allow travelers to easily exchange information with people on the other side of the world.