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Innovative Google Skin Tattoos are making your skin a touchpad!

To produce Fully functional non-permanent tattoos was an initiative taken up by Google, aided by a University in Germany, Saarland, together they called it the project ‘Skin marks’, which has been completed since 2017.

They aim to improve Human-computer interaction by gestures of hands and fingers making use of electronic devices more convenient.

The application of these tattoos is quite simple, conductive ink amalgamated on tattoo paper is applied with the help of screen printing technology. Their product is then warmed to make sure a constant shape is maintained. Favorably these tattoos are extremely thin, enough to sustain curved parts of our body structure such as knees, knuckles, joints, and so on. Each tattoo contains huge numbers of sensors in it that can react to the slightest of stretch in your fingers. Increased flexibility and thinness allows Skin Marks to work even on irregular surfaces such as protruding bones.

Goggle announced that it’s skin mark implementation technique follows skin and epidermal electronic concept, making use of iSkin companies products which captures the Tiniest pressure on your body and inputs it for your mobile or computer through the skin overlays.

Subcutaneous interventions are not yet a part of this invention but the company aims to use these tattoos to create shortcuts for applications on your digital devices.

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