A body piercer made some adjustments to his wrist–and created an iPod Nano holder!
Innovation is everything these days, and if it involves technology chances are it will become a million dollar idea—or a complete flop.
I'll let you decide which of those this guy's idea is.
Expert body piercer, David Hubah, got so tired of holding his iPod Nano, so he embedded it in his skin.
Hubah implanted magnets into four places on his wrist that manage to hold the device in place, making it look magic to those unaware of his augmentations, like a strapless watch.
The procedure ranks on the upper scale of extreme body manipulating and can be pretty painful, but he managed to do the entire process himself.
It's hard to tell whether it was a good idea or not, but I suppose it depends on how much use he gets out of it.
Chances are, though, he's going to regret it when a new model comes out that isn't compatible with his wrist holder.