- Tram Ho
Indeed, this rich country is becoming more and more immersed in the incredible technological innovations that make the world fascinated by their contributions in all aspects of life. Whether it’s an edible 22K gold burrata cheese, a floating resort on the water, or most recently a nail-mounted smart micro-chip, Dubai has it.
You don’t get it wrong: while the world is racing with the horrific corona virus-inspired manicure, the Lanour Beauty at the Dubai World Trade Center has surprised customers. Smart Nail – something that, when attached, feels like you’re living in the year 3020 while the rest of the world is busy eating every meal at the end of 2020. Dubai clearly cares more about the future, and the Smart Nail set is proof of that.
This sci-fi nail set will place a tiny microchip on the surface of your fingernail, then cover it with a glossy nail polish to conceal and protect the microchip from impact. outside. So what is the benefit of this chip? According to Lanour Beauty Lounge, Smart Nail uses near field communication (NFC), a short-range wireless technology designed to turn smartphones, tablets, wearables, payment cards, and other electronic devices. should be smarter. When attaching the microchip to your fingernails, a single touch of your “divine” finger will be able to transmit personal data such as information about your WhatsApp, digital business card, or your Instagram name in ticked. The chip is also completely safe as it is a passive device, which means it cannot be tracked and can only be read within 1-2 cm range, so you don’t have to worry about being affected. hack or steal data.
Close-up of Smart Nail micro-chip
Of course, the data storage capacity in the chip at the moment is quite small. However, CEO Nour Nakarem hopes that with the advancement of technology in the future, his ideas can be developed to the point where users can touch their nails to pay bills, share menus, and convey information. Smart Nail Nail Kit starts at nearly 70 USD for the first time, and will be maintained for up to 3 weeks.
Source : Genk