Nokia Has Patented “Phone-Tattoo” Technology

Nokia Has Patented Phone-Tattoo Technology

Nokia filed in the U.S. Patent Office an application for registration of a very unusual technology – high-tech tattoos, reacting to incoming text messages and regular voice calls. If you receive an SMS or call the owner of a tattoo feel subtle vibrations in the place of its location.

The description of technology is clear that the tattoo is developed by Nokia, in some way connected with your mobile phone. This moment is a manufacturer sees in two clock: the first is to capture a certain tattoo signals emitted by mobile phone, and in this case, the communication equipment is eliminated with additional modules. The second option offers a reception tattooed certain magnetic pulses, originating from the cell phone. In this case, without upgrading the design is necessary.

Electronista says that new from Nokia – this is not a tattoo, it is just this word, it is called in the patent application. In fact, it’s sort of an advanced adhesive, adhesive body. Depending on what method of synchronizing Nokia stops your choice, change and patch the base material. The company is considering using ferromagnetic ink, upon receipt of the magnetizing pulses from the cell. The owner of “Tattoo” when a call will feel subtle vibrations. Its strength is comparable to the vibration of a modern touch phone, reacting in such a way to touch their touch screen.

In the description accompanying the patent application, Nokia, said that the tattoo can not only respond to incoming calls and short text messages. Its functions also include mapping of Caller and his name if he had made in his notebook on the phone.

On the commercialization of this technology, Nokia has not even think. Probably, she decided to patent his high-tech tattoo just to not do anyone else seeing similar natelnyh informer future date. However, the current level of technology already allows you to start the production of “Tattoo”, and Nokia does not interfere with anything to do it.


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