Google is regularly fiddling with some smart technology and now it appears the organization is working on smart tattoos.
Known as “SkinMarks” these intelligent tattoos are intended to be scoured onto curved parts of your body (knuckles for instance) and used as a touchpad.
CNET reports that these smart tattoos could then be used as a tap interface, with swipe gestures and natural, instinctive hand movements.
The research into wearable smart controls has been continuing for some time. Indeed, the specialists composed a white paper in 2017 on how our fine motor skills could make such an interface increasingly instinctive to use and naturally simpler to draw in with, even to the point of doing as such without looking.
This technical wizardry is finished using conductive ink and tattoo paper that is then warm relieved and applied to the body. It’s right now being worked on at Saarland University in Germany with financing from Google. In the event that we’ll ever observe it executed in reality is not yet clear, however this project is one of a few that Google is actively occupied with regards to new smart technology.
The organization additionally has fingers in different pies as well. 1D Eyewear, for instance, that is a subtler rendition of Google Glass with a conventional eyewear look and feel.
A wearable interface for computer generated reality known as Grabity which permits you to all the more practically feel things you’re getting or contacting in augmented reality.
There’s likewise SmartSleeve, a wearable material with pressure-touchy sensors that can distinguish motions, development and that’s just the beginning.
All highlight an intriguing future for innovation and the manner in which we collaborate with our reality.