Tattoo captures and plays back sound
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Los Angeles-based tattoo artist Nate Siggard has developed a way for body art to incorporate sound as well as images. The idea originated when Siggard’s girlfriend Juliana watched Siggard tattoo song lyrics on a customer and wondered what it would be like to be able to listen to a tattoo. Siggard soon realized that he could in fact make that happen.
Siggard recorded Juliana and their daughter saying “I love you”, and tattooed himself with the waveform of the recording. When he posted a video of the playback on Facebook, it immediately went viral and he began receiving requests for similar tattoos. After writing a patent for the Soundwave tattoos, Siggard launched his new business, Skin Motion.
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