Identification

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Identification

by Visionalfreeman

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Fingerprint was use as signature in ancient Babylon in the 2nd millennium BCE. To protect against forgery, a legal contract created between two parties by setting their fingerprints into clay tablet, which used to identify the marker.

Not only the Babylonian used fingerprint identification, have the Chinese used it as far back as 246BCE. Not until 1788, the German anatomist Johann Christoph Andreas Mayer recognized that fingerprints are unique to each individual.

Fast track to our modern world, by 1935 retinal identification was first conceived by Dr Carleton Simon and Dr Isadore Goldstein. However, the technology advancement was not capable to realize the idea for practical use.

In 1976, a corporation named EyeDentify formed by Robert “Buzz” Hill delicate its resources to research and develop retinal scanner, follow by the first commercial model to be release in 1978.

Today, there were many speculation of the coming RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology for the human race. The conspiracy theories communities acknowledge its coming is inevitable while others call it a hoax and insist this technology does not exist.

In 2002, the VeriChip Corporation (Known as ‘PositiveID Corporation’ since November 2009) receive approval from FDA to market its microchip implant in US. However the product was not successful due to the later finding that had caused cancer to hundred of laboratory animals.

How possible is the microchip human race? I would say it is not anytime soon. As whether you believe in an evil empire controlling the human with implants or this technology can propel the advancement of humanity to a higher stage, I leave it to you to conclude. I design this t-shirt to bring the awareness to the public of the microchip human implant.

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Author: Ivan

I started to play around digital graphics software back when Photoshop was not living in the cloud and Corel Draw was a serious contender. Actually, I like Corel Draw more than Adobe products. Not very long later, when I was shopping for a new t-shirt, I realized that locally in Singapore, you don't really have a lot of choices except those that come with a big name attached to the collar along with big price tag. Then came along with the print on demand services online where I can set up and order my own prints. It was really cool and I don't have to pay a large sum of money. Plus point. Fast forward to today I'm doing 3D rendering and printing. I even printed my own Gold wedding ring haha... Since then I'm addicted to jewellery design. To support my hobby, I sell the t-shirt to support my blog. Feel free to look around and drop me a message.

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