Magnetic Implants Keep iPod In Place
NEWFIELD, N.J., (UPI) — A New Jersey tattoo artist said he implanted four magnets in his wrist so he can wear his iPod Nano without anything else holding it in place.
Dave Hurban of Dynasty Tattoo in Newfield said the implant, which he calls the iDermal, uses magnets called micro-dermal anchors under his skin, together with magnets he stuck on the back of his iPod, to keep the MP3 player in place while he’s jogging, the Gloucester County (N.J.) Times reported Tuesday.
“I can go for a run and it won’t come off. I’ve already taken it to the gym and jogged with it on,” Hurban told DigitalTrends.com.
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