File-Transferring Chip Converts Fingers Into A USB Stick [Video]

File-Transferring Chip Converts Fingers Into A USB Stick [Video]

Transfer files across different devices and operating systems effortlessly.

Ross Brooks
  • 20 november 2013

Researchers from the VTT Research Center in Finland have developed inTouch technology, a concept that uses a ring, bracelet, or “smart fingernail” to transfer information between devices simply and securely. The device has a small amount of memory, and is powered by a special antenna installed on your device. It would use physical storage for small pieces of information like websites, and use the cloud as an intermediary for larger files such as videos.

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