Appropriate Audiences and Autodesk Pier 9 dream up a world of mechanical artistry for your next ink

Finding a trusted artist to permanently brand your skin can take equally as long as deciding on the size, pattern, color and location on the body you want your print. To ease part of the decision-making process, there's now a robot tattoo artist that can apply your next ink.

Though the surface of the body is curved and distinctive, the world’s first tattoo by an industrial robot seemed to go quite well all things considered. By scanning the body part and translating it into a language understood by the robot, a software can map the unique shape of a person’s body part to create designs that can be precisely applied onto the skin.

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