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Motorola patents ‘neck tattoo’

Now this is an interesting article.

People for years have been worried about a Microchip under the skin and then this happens.

Who needs Bluetooth headsets? Motorola patents ‘neck tattoo’ smartphone accessory

If you think a Bluetooth headset makes you look like a tool, how about replacing it with a … throat tattoo?

That’s right, a throat tattoo. Google-owned Motorola has received a patent for a smartphone-connected system “that comprises an electronic skin tattoo capable of being applied to a throat region of a body.”

According to the patent, which was published last week, the “electronic neck tattoo” connects to a smartphone via a “transceiver” similar to the way a Bluetooth headset, smartwatch, or Google Glass device would pair with a handset. It would have its own power supply and can be outfitted with a microphone, which would allow you to control your phone using only voice commands.

The patent goes on to explain that the wireless throat tattoo would be able to connect with a “smartphone, gaming device, a tablet computer, [or] a wearable computer, for example” via NFC, Bluetooth, ZigBee, or other similar signals. Strangely, Motorola also says the tattoo can also be applied to animals, so it sounds like our dreams of cyborg dogs and cats will finally become a reality.

As completely ridiculous as this whole throat tattoo thing might sound, it’s far from the first of its kind. Last year, Nokia patented a “vibrating tattoo” to let you “feel” when someone is calling you. This artist has an RFID chip implanted in his hand for some reason. And some believe we’ll eventually do away with passwords, and replace them with tattoos or pills.

So, you see where all this is going. In the not too distant future, all the devices that we lug around with us will be gradually replaced with electronic tattoos, pills, and embedded chips. Before too long, we’ll be into Blade Runner territory, and Harrison Ford will be testing to make sure you’re still human. The question is: Will you be?

By Andrew Couts

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What is really scary is that the chip and /or this will fly and be welcome by so many people. Why you ask?

Well first off we people of the current world are a lazy people. We want things to be as easy and fast as possible. We want to get our gas, our food, our money as quickly and painlessly as possible.   That is why the microchips in credit cards and the magnetic strips are so overly welcome today.   A quick swipe there or a swipe here and we are done.

Wal-Mart in the past was thinking of chipping every item in the store so all you had to do is push the buggy through a scanner and pay and be done…a work in progress still.

Kids in schools are being forced to wear ID badges that contain rfid chips to track them in the school…active in a few Texas schools now.

Rfid chips are used in animals and people to track and to allow access to secure areas today.

Permanent tracking, access, monetary chips-electronic devices are coming to a body part on you soon.

When they can come up with a hack – spoof proof item then it will be pushed and made mandatory for the world. Just wait and see because they are working on it each and every day and people will get it for the lazy convince it offers.

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