Sherborne: Bryon Wake is just 15-year-old, but he plans to do big in the information and technology sector. This technology enthusiast has inserted a microchip into his hand. The chip, which is the size of a grain of rice, can be read by Android devices. This helps Bryon control his mobile phone and even unlock doors.
There is a lot he can do with the chip.
This chip can be programmed to unlock the door, share contact details and operate the Bluetooth on mobile.
According to reports, the boy inserted the chip himself despite the instructions recommending the help of a nurse or doctor.
One requires a hypodermic needle to implant the chip. His parents are not happy with the developments, say reports. Bryon had ordered the chip and insertion kit online from without informing his parents.
The chip emits a low power radio-frequency signature that triggers pre-programmed events like unlocking a phone and doors and even starts a care.
It is believed there are 10,000 people across the world using microchip technology inside their bodies.
Martock may be the youngest person in the world to have an electronic chip implanted under his skin.
On company has implanted such chips into its employees, allowing them to use a photocopier, open security doors and even pay for their lunch with their hands.