There probably has not been a more exciting time in the world of technology than right now. With all the new ideas and advancements released everyday, it’s arguably one of the most-innovative and flourishing times in tech history. But did you ever think pills would play a part in the digital age?

Motorola is one of the country’s long established and well-known telecommunication leaders, and have recently introduced the “Authentication Vitamin.” I know what you’re thinking, “WTF, is that?!” We thought the same thing. What many people don’t know is that Motorola is Google-owned, giving them deep pockets from one of the worlds most influential company’s.

So back to this ‘vitamin’. The “Password Pill,” as it is called, is ingested and becomes battery-powered with stomach acid, producing an 18-bit internal signal, turning the human body into a live walking password. That’s right, as long as this pill is in your system and the battery is charging up from your stomach juices, the signal will stay strong and be able to unlock all of your electronic devices. Forget the fingerprint password on the iPhone, next to this, that’s child’s play. The authentication vitamin is a game changer.

Althought the pill is not available anytime soon, it is already FDA cleared. The question is, “How much of your information do you really want to be accessible at the click of a button, or with the “Password Pill,” just with your presence alone.

I’ll leave you with this. In the words of Morpheus, “You take the blue pill, the story ends.” Simple. Things stay as they are. But with the red pill, you stay in Wonderland and see how deep the rabbit hole goes.

Is the “Password Pill” something you would be interested in? It certainly has our attention.

Story By: Jasmine Sabagquit