CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Culture

Metallic fake tattoos are interactive, look like fashion accessories (Tomorrow Daily show notes)

They might look like they fit in at a music festival like Coachella, but these temporary tattoos have secret superpowers.

MIT recently unveiled Duoskin, and even though it looks like a simple fashion accessory, these faux tattoos have some cool functions: they're connected, and can receive input, connect wirelessly, and even light up with the right setup.

We're also checking out a new HoloLens demo from N3S, an NES emulator team turning 2D NES titles into slightly 3D experiences. The demo is in alpha, but it's another exciting showcase for what Microsoft's augmented-reality headset is capable of.

Now Playing: Watch this: Connected temporary tattoos are both flashy and functional...
4:41

Connected temporary tattoos are both flashy and functional (Tomorrow Daily Podcast 408)

Of course, you can find us everywhere on social media. Like, follow and heart us as you desire!

Ashley on Twitter | Jeff on Twitter | Producer Logan on Twitter

Subscribe to Tomorrow Daily (NOTE: Final episode airs August 18, 2016)

iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ) | iTunes (MP3)

RSS (HD) | RSS (SD) | RSS (HQ) | RSS (MP3)