Wave of the Future: Magnetic Fingers

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Quinn Norton holds up her finger with the magnet implant. The implant is allowing her to pick up another magnet, seen dangling from the end of her finger. Arjun Prasad hide caption

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Quinn Norton holds up her finger

Quinn Norton holds up her finger with the magnet implant. The implant is allowing her to pick up another magnet, seen dangling from the end of her finger.

Arjun Prasad

What is it like to feel electromagnetic energy? Host Debbie Elliott talks with journalist Quinn Norton who has written an article in Wired News about a procedure that involves implanting a magnet in a person's fingertips.

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