Is this a typo in the article? The size of a grain of sand?
If not, would each of those have their own UID and nothing else pretty much? Is anything like this available? I feel it would work great with task to have several tiny little implants with their own UID. (Right?)
It would be a common mistake. Especially if the person themselves writing it didn’t have full experience with the tech. The article was more than likely written by someone who was just briefed on vaguely what to write about.
It’s actually an xNT. Anthony went to a pro who was more comfortable using their own install methods.
Actually, this is where proper terminology clashes with “marketing speak” which is almost always incorrect. If we are speaking accurately, the “chip” is just the silicon IC inside the “tag”, which is the entire form factor. The “tag” is like a huge ass grain of rice, but the “chip” inside is actually about the size of a grain of sand. Unfortunately “marketing speak” is also “layman terms” and “a chip” is thought to be the entire form factor, when it’s actually not… so in reality, he was being correct and accurate with his description. In fact, I made that exact distinction in conversation with him and I think he tried to convey it, but of course it was hacked and edited and all meaningful context was removed until it sounds like he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.
I did a TV interview when I was younger and that happened to me. In a way it was a great experience for me because I got a ver hands on lesson about how easy it is to manipulate the naritive of interviews in post.