Talk about taking fashion to another level. (Image: Lucie Davis' Instagram)
A jewellery design student at London's Central Saint Martins embedded an RFID chip of an Oyster card (a card used to take public transportation in the UK, which includes buses and Tubes) into acrylic nails. Lucie Davis painted the nails the colour of an Oyster card, and used them for a swipeless entry into the London Underground.
In an interview with WAH-Nails
, she said that she used it to give commuters the ability to pay for their journeys with a single touch of their hand. "You can still top them with money too. Now you'll never have to worry about misplacing your card again!"
Check out the nails in action below:
Can we have this in our country, please? We already have our Rapid KL card, Touch 'n Go, and our work pass (this discounts the other shopping cards we have stowed away in our wallet). It'd be nice if we can finally converge everything into one card.