Huntington, West Virginia-based tattoo artist Matthew Hays of New Hope Tattoo Gallery created this unique Nightcrawler tattoo for a client named Terri. As you will see in the pictures and video below, Hays made it look as if Nightcrawler was teleporting across Terri’s stomach. A pretty clever design, I have to say. [click to continue…]
The cashier who owns this awesome tattoo remarked that Redditor kraftythings was only the second person to recognize the reference. Would you have been the third? I have to admit that I would have looked at the tattoo, thought that it was cool, then just bought my drink in ignorance. Give up? Here’s your answer.
Microsoft Research partnered up with some PhD students from MIT Media Lab to create a “smart” temporary tattoo that can be used as a touchpad for your smartphone. It can also be used to share data using NFC, or simply look cool with changing colors and LED lights.
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A user can design the circuit with readily available graphic software and stamp the tattoo out in gold leaf (which conducts electricity). Additional bits are added to make the tattoo interactive. See the tattoo in action in the videos below. [click to continue…]
Actually, this is a continuation of of the 3D printer project by Pierre Emm and Johan da Silveira mentioned above, only the stakes are a bit higher. I mean, what if the guy moves? What if the robot presses too deeply? These are the kinds of things that will run through your mind as you watch the video from Pier 9 below. [click to continue…]
Would you let a cyborg do your next tattoo?
That’s the question you’d find yourself asking if you went to France-based tattoo artist JC Sheitan Tenet, who lost his arm 22 years ago. Recently artist JL Gonzal, also of France, provided him with a prosthetic arm that features a built-in tattoo machine.
It looks awesome and, if the video below is anything to go by, it works great. [click to continue…]
Otaku-themed tattoos (or “Otattoo”…Ha!) are starting to become quite popular in Japan. This comes after a long history of mainstream society associating tattoos with criminals.