Gideon's Microchip is a device seen only in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World as a mind control device used on Ramona to follow Gideon's commands whenever he's around (Breaking up with Scott, Telling Scott that she was still with Gideon, etc.) and keeps her docile during Gideon's first fight against Scott in the movie. It is implanted on the back of her head and glows green when active.
As stated, it gives Gideon almost full control of Ramona (A way to get inside her head as told by Ramona) whenever he's around her. How much control is unknown but what is known is that she is kept docile throughout her scenes with Gideon (She sat quietly only answering questions given to her by Gideon). She also could not do anything during Scott's fight with Gideon (When she first attempted to do so, she only grunted with struggle then touched the microchip before becoming docile again). Although the chip keeps her in check, she is shown to have some control, such as being shocked when Scott "died".
During the second round, Knives kicked Ramona in the back of the head, disabling the chip. Ramona remained docile throughout much of Scott's second battle against Gideon in order to lure Gideon into a false sense of security. After Gideon appeared to have beaten Scott and Knives, Ramona approached him with a smile on her face. Gideon, thinking that Ramona was still under his control, let his guard down. Ramona then surprised him by kneeing him in the groin, causing him pain, and allowing Knives to take his pixel katana away.
- As stated in the bonus fact subtitles in the movie, Ramona had the chip before the Roxie bar fight as it states she briefly touches it after telling him they should split (not as get out of here split but as in split-split) calling into question how long the chip has been there.
- The chip acts as a counterpart to The Glow from the books. Both the chip and the Glow are used by Gideon to control or manipulate Ramona's actions.