Hack-a-Tatt: Wearable Tattoos that Act as Remote Controls Directly from Your Skin, Fabric or Any Surface

Hack a tatt tattoo
Image: Microsoft
Microsoft researchers came with new uses for tattoos. Aside from just being a decoration on your skin, these smart tattoos help you change channels on your TV. The researchers created […]
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