Automated tattoos are now a reality with a 3D printer that was hacked to become an robot tattoo artist.
Talk about hipster! An experimental musical instrument works by reading and playing a tattoo on its creator's arm.
A patent application filed in 2012 by the Google-owned company and published Thursday details a wireless microphone that can be tattooed on the neck and connect to a smartphone.
Artist Patrick Yurick, a lifelong comics fan, got a tattoo of blank comic frames inked on his arm. Now he draws new strips daily, sharing them on his Tumblr "My Arm the Comic."
Participating in a project that has strangers drawing each other's photos as a statement on social networking, one man chooses an unusual canvas (yeah, you'll want to sit down for this one).
A tweet of his Netflix tattoo earns a man a free subscription to Netflix. The videos may be good for a year, but the body art is forever.
Futuristic body-drying gadget can dry a person in 30 seconds or less, like a Dyson Airblade for your whole body.
These Citizen Brick minifigs bear an awfully striking resemblance to characters from the "Game of Thrones" series.
Facebook gets their hands on the Oculus Rift VR headset for 2.3 billion, a lot of people messed up their text donations during last week's #nomakeupselfie campaign, HTC just announced the HTC One M8, and your tattoo artist may some day get replaced with a Makerbot 3D printer.
Ever wanted to hear how you'd sound with full orchestral backup? An app out of Harvard puts you on the same stage as some of the world's greatest symphonies.