Smart Art – TLT #7

Don’t get me wrong for standing without the basic protective gear, masks and gloves, because it’s 2050 and not 2020.

My friend is a designer with the hobby wall-painting and I’m a technologist waiting for him to come down so that we can together go to the playground.

The heart monitoring t-shirt I’m wearing and the functioning touchpad tattoos on my body are my recent inventions that act as supporting accessories when playing sports.

Inspired by ‘ink-credible’ Skin Marks:

How would it be if we can use our own skin as smart devices instead of carrying them around? Sounds cool, right?

Google has been researching one such possibility of transforming human skin into a fully functioning touchpad. The SkinMarks tattoos, not so complex as in parlours, can be put up on curved body areas like knuckles. These can feature light-up displays and can be operated by simple swipe gestures.

This is a response post to the ‘Three Line Tales by Sonya.

To know more about the prompt, go through the guidelines, on her blog.

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  1. That’s a really innovative invention! Great take on the prompt, Anisha. Brilliant story!

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    1. Anisha says:

      Indeed, it is. It’s still in the research phase.

      Thanks a lot, Shweta!


  2. Harsh says:

    This could be the next level stuff.

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    1. Anisha says:

      Maybe, Harsh. We’ll never know what future presents!

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Harsh says:

        Future looks exciting, doesn’t it?

        Liked by 1 person

        1. Anisha says:

          It surely does. We can expect a more cheerful world!

          Liked by 1 person

    1. Anisha says:

      Thanks a bunch!

      Liked by 1 person

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