Audio squiggles permanently scribed onto an individual can now be translated through an app which plays the feedback.
The company, Soundwave Tattoos, is planning to launch next month and claims that it will be able to ink up to a minute of memorable audio through sound waves penned on the body.
The company says that to play the audio, one simply holds a phone with the designated app running up to the tattoo and it will play the sound wave.
Nate Siggard, inventor or the Soundwave Tattoo, says that he already has a tattoo of his child’s laughter inked on his leg.
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The company’s website reads: “We invented a way to play sound wave tattoos on your phone or tablet.
“Record a message from a loved one. Wear your lyrics.
“With our unique patent pending technology, turn up to 1:00 minute of sound into a tattoo you can listen to with your mobile device.”
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“We invented a way to play sound wave tattoos on your phone or tablet."
It adds: “Soundwave Tattoos are a brand new way to express yourself using art and technology.
“What is more personal, more permanent, and more meaningful than a tattoo? A tattoo you can play back.”
“Soundwave Tattoos are a brand new way to express yourself using art and technology."
The idea first came about when Mr Siggard tattooed the first line of ‘Tiny Dancer’ onto a set of friends.
After, his girlfriend asked “wouldn’t it be cool if you could listen to the tattoo?”, at which point the tattoo artist realised that he could make that happen.