Biometric Tattoos: An Addition to Wearable Technological Revolution of this Century

Chaotic Moon Studios researchers have created an innovative tattoo kit, which helps in observing individuals own body activity without any interference. Inking data gatherers on your skin might become the next step in wearable technology, letting them to acquire health and other biometric information from the body without any pause.

Biometric Tattoos: An Addition to Wearable Technological Revolution of this Century

Chaotic Moon’s CEO, Ben Lamm, informed Tech Crunch that he perceives great potential for Tech Tatts.

“We get to do a lot of cool stuff at Chaotic Moon but with this we think there’s military applications for it, health applications for it and there are all kinds of opportunities around it.”

Tech Tatts could be used to discover poisons in the air, pathogens in a soldier’s body, or tell when they are hurt or strained.
Gathering biometric data with the help of smartphone, or through linked accessories like a bracelet or a badge in order to observe how many steps an individual has taken in a day, how many calories you’ve burnt, or how deep your sleep was is old technology. But Tech Tatts are directly attached to the skin potentially giving more precise information and for a longer period of time. It is a latest addition to the technological world.

“This is not something that can be easily removed like a Fitbit [bracelet fitness tracker]. It can be underneath a flack jacket, directly on the skin to be collecting this data and being reported back.”

Lamm said.

The innovative technologist behind Tech Tatts, Eric Schneider, explains the device as something you would use once a year to get medical information and evade health check ups in the clinic.

These tattoo kits are perceived as an inexpensive substitute to any everlasting implantation and would spare owners from the requirement to charge their tracking devices introducing a “stick-on-and-go” tactic. Another exhilarating feature worth revealing is location-tracking, which will be helpful for parents worried about their kid’s location.

Chaotic Moon perceives potential in their prototype, and keeps their mind open on where their notion may lie in the future.

“For us, we’re trying to start a conversation around ‘hey you’ve already had these types of data collection components on your body.’ A lot of times they are big, they are bulky and they can be limiting. Now we’re looking at changing and evolving with these other types of conductive ink.”

Ben Lamm said.

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