Why?: Vibrating Tattoo Alerts You To Calls & Texts

March 22, 2012


Inb4 why do all patent drawings look like something out of a 70's science textbook?

Nokia recently filed a patent for the technology that will allow a user to be alerted to an incoming call/text message/email via vibrating tattoo. Because God forbid you have to rely on your actual phone vibrating. What is this, the middle ages? (If yes, we should hunt a dragon)

Nokia is using magnetic waves to create the effect and noted in the patent application that its technology could be extended to an invisible tattoo for those who don't want to show their phone-friendly ink walking around town. In a more likely scenario, the technology might also be applied to a visible image, sign, or badge.

Are you thinking what I'm thinking? "Stick one of the tats to your privates and post your cell phone number in the Geekologie comments?" AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA -- God you have PROBLEMS. Because that is exacty what I was thinking.

Want a vibrating tattoo that alerts you to a call? Nokia does [cnet]

Thanks to John and Evil Ares, who don't like setting their phones on vibrate because they when they go off they always think they're being tazed. You too?!

  • GirlFromSpace

    Lemme sit on that arm....buuzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzzzzzzzzzz

  • I want mine on my fingers :)

  • Unlike the apparent many, I would rather get away from any phones, not have one apart of my tissue

  • Probably because their phones will be so big it won't fit in any pocket.

  • Richard Trulli

    Gah such old news i was creaming over this like 5 years ago lol

  • Emmitt Morgans

     Literally?  Nevermind, tmi...

  • First place I want mine. Prince Albert Anyone?

  • diegopolicier

    (858) 484-3154 done and done!

  • Emmitt Morgans

    I dialed that number and all I got was some dude who sounded like he was climaxing... and then he said something about a whale's vagina.

    I don't think I've ever been this confused/aroused... I have the weirdest boner.

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