Those are cool. I really like traditional tattoo styles but I realy, really enjoy when artists go on a limb and do things other than Sailor Jerry or the Japanese waves or feel the need to shade around everything. Simple line drawings show so much better on skin, I think, and those look great.
quote: Another innovative use of augmented reality - we've seen transparent walls, t-shirts that play Rock, Paper, Scissors, an iPhone operated video game drone; and now, a tattoo that comes to life. Just tattoo a simple "barcode", point a webcam at it, and a flying animated dragon will appear, hovering.
Says Design Boom,
"The augmented reality tattoo is a development by the Buenos Aires based company Think An App, which developed the software to recognize the AR barcode on curved surfaces like the human body. While this concept is a novelty now, this unlocks a range of new possibilities for tattoo art."