Microsoft, Intel, Google and Adobe have agreed to work together to develop a software platform that would allow tattoo machines to be controlled remotely and to integrate with their existing tattoo programs.
“Tattooing is an incredibly personal and emotional experience,” said David S. Smith, president and CEO of the International Tattoo Association (ITAA), which represents about 30,000 tattooists.
“The potential for tattoos to be worn, read, and even sold is immense.”
According to Siegel, tattoo computers would not only be able to control tattoos, but also store and analyze the data collected by the tattoo machine.
The tattoo machine would then automatically connect to the tattoo database and allow the tattooist to access and control the tattoo program.
The tattoo machines would be controlled by computer software that would have access to the tattoos and information collected from them.
“We are really excited about what we are going to see on the tattoo market in the next 10 years,” said Siegel.
“We believe that tattoo computers are going in a big way, and the ITAA is excited to be a part of it.”
The tattoo computer will be developed by IBM, Intel and Adobe, and will be built on open source software, which Siegel said was “a great fit for our industry.”
“We’re not trying to build a tattoo machine,” said Smith.
“But we want tattooers to be able interact with tattoo computers and use their tattoo computers to manage their own tattoo program.”
Siegel said tattoo computers could be used for personal hygiene or medical applications, like the removal of tattoos.
“It’s not just about removing tattoos,” said the ITAAAA’s Smith.
“”It’s about being able to be on a day-to-day basis and interact with your tattoo and get your own data.
That is a big step toward getting the tattoo machines in the hands of more people.
“The ITAA said that tattoo machines could also be used to manage the collection of data and upload it to the cloud, which would allow users to view the data in real time.
Siegel also said that tattoos could be purchased through a variety of tattoo shops, and that tattoo companies could sell tattoo machines directly to tattoo users.”
I’m excited about the possibilities of this technology, and I think tattoo computers will become a reality in the near future,” said Steve K. Smith of the Tattoo Computer Association of America (TCAA).”
We want tattoo machines that are used for our lives.
We want to use them for our own tattoos and for those of our friends and family,” said K.
According the ITAAA, tattoo machines currently in use include the “Sophisticated Ink Computer” by Siegel and Associates, which is a tattoo printer and digital tattoo reader.”
And we want tattoos to remain available and accessible for everyone.”
According the ITAAA, tattoo machines currently in use include the “Sophisticated Ink Computer” by Siegel and Associates, which is a tattoo printer and digital tattoo reader.
The Tattoo Control Computer by the Inkjet International, which was developed by S.K.G. Inc., a tattoo company in Los Angeles, is also a tattoo computer.
Tattoos can be purchased from most tattoo shops and are often sold through the Internet or directly to consumers, such as at specialty tattoo stores.
According to the ITBA, there are about 300,000 tattoos on the market.