The electronic neck tattoo would read fluctuations of muscle or tissue in the throat and register what the wearer was saying. The tattoos would then send these sounds wirelessly over Bluetooth or NFC to a smartphone
Here comes a new innovative electronic neck 'TATTOO' that when patched on to your neck would also act as a microphone so that you could make clearer calls when a in noisy pub or crowded bar.
According to a patent filed by Motorola, the Google-owned phone maker, the tattoo would be placed onto a person’s throat and pick sounds created by their voice.
The Neck Tattoo would pick up sounds caused by changes in throat muscles when talking and then send these sounds wirelessly to the smartphone and the caller. The patent is called ‘Coupling an electronic skin tattoo to a mobile communication device’ and was originally filed in May last year.
Read more about it at: Mail Online
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