Sound wave tattoos are used to play back audio, a ball of fire streaks across Michigan’s night sky, and cute raccoons are found in a storm drain.
Some people choose tattoos that speak to them. That is literally the case with these tattoos that can play back audio clips.
It’s a new tech-based take on body art from Los Angeles startup, Skin Motion.
A specially-trained artist recreates a sound wave file as a tattoo, and an app is used to read the tattoo and play back an associated audio file.
The company says it’s done using a combination of audio processing and image recognition.
For one man, it was a chance to keep forever a voicemail his grandmother left him before she died.
A massive ball of fire was spotted streaking across the night sky in Michigan on January 16.
It was caught on dash and surveillance cameras across the state.
Eyewitnesses say the flash was also accompanied by a loud boom.
The National Weather Service says it was likely a meteor and that it caused a magnitude 2.0 earthquake.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the earthquake was centered about 40 miles northeast of Detroit
And finally, authorities in Rocklin, California shared a video clip of a pair of masked bandits caught on camera.
A couple of cute rascally raccoons were seen in a storm drain.