Programmable Tattoo With E Ink Based MoodINQ Available In The Future

Posted: Apr 1 2010, 2:37am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:20pm CDT, in News | Technology News


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Here is another fun Think Geek April Fool's fake gadget - the moodINQ Tattoo system.

The moodInq system is a breakthrough in tattoo technology, using a skin-safe proprietary E ink encapsulated pigment system that lasts a lifetime but can be configured to display any design (or none!) to suit your mood. So how does it work? We have partnered with leading physicians and technicians in the cosmetic surgery industry to implant the E ink grid, called a canvas.

The canvas can go anywhere on your body and be configured to the size and shape of the body party you'd like to ink. After a short healing period (usually 2-3 days), you can begin using the moodInq software included with your kit to change your canvas to display the tattoo you desire!
The moodInq Wand, software, and a 2-year membership to moodInq's tattoo art database sells for $149.99 in the future.
More details on this April Fool's gadget can be found on Think Geek.

Do not miss Think Geek's best April Fool's joke - the iCade retro Arcade Cabinet for the iPad.

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