Ever wanted to get a tattoo, but were afraid you might regret it ten years down the road? Well worry no more. Thanks to Freedom-2 (a tattoo ink think tank of sorts) who have developed an easily removable tattoo ink based on the same concept as scratch-n-sniff stickers.
I’m a big fan of Nintendo since the cartridge era, but how much do you really love your game and console? Apparently there is someone in this bizarre world that would tattooed his whole arm with Super Mario characters. Well, that way if the argument, which console is the best? He does not need to say a thing.
Super Mario Super Fan Has Sleeve Tat [via tokyomango]
A good portion of you have probably seen my article on the baby tattoos, which sent quite a few readers into an uproar. Yes, over baby tattoos. Now you can argue over something new, Tattoos for the Elderly.
No, it's not the name of a new game or even an accessory for a Square Enix game, but it does veer close to the topic of seemingly hi-tech devices. As a device, Aria is actually quite simple, either a Bluetooth clip or a watch strap. But in action, it gets pretty complicated. Almost like magic, it allows you to control your smartwatch just using finger gestures, freeing your other hand's fingers for other tasks. And since smartwatches these days connect to and control almost anything and everything, your fingers can control those as well.
A lot has been made of Apple Watch’s heart rate monitoring of late. While Apple admitted the niche market of wearable owners with dense wrist tattoos won’t be satisfied, we’re still wondering if the actual method used for monitoring your heart rate, photoplethysmography (which nobody should ever try to say) is any good for the rest of us. A new study, which ran Apple Watch in a side-by-side test with a dedicated heart rate monitor, showed the Apple Watch was equally adequate at measuring heart rate.