MIT researchers, in collaboration with Microsoft Research, are developing a wearable temporary skin tattoo that can be used to interact with devices, and output "soft" displays on the skin as well.
It looks like some users of the Apple Watch are experiencing what the Internet is dubbing "Tattoogate". Apple's heart-rate monitor is having issues reading those that have tattoos around their wrist.
Students have made their 3D printer start drawing simple, temporary designs on peoples skin. After a while, the students weren't satisfied with just printing temporary tattoos.
Sometimes no matter how much you love a company you just can't keep up with them. It's times like that when you should think to yourself: do I really want a Microsoft logo on my arm forever?
First, number one Zune fan Steven Smith got a Zune tattoo on his arm. Then, he went and got a second Zune tattoo on the other arm, and a few months later picked up a...