Ink Hunter Tattoo Trial App

Apr 14, 2016

Category: Tech

Getting something that’ll last the rest of your life can be a big leap for a lot of folks. Sometimes it’s nice to feel things out and let an idea sit with you for a while before you pull the lever on it, and the Ink Hunter app lets you do exactly that.

The app digitally projects tattoos on your body via your phone’s camera. All you have to do upload a design on to the app, mark what portion of your body you want it to go on, and then apply the image in real time. Once it is projected onto your body, you can play around with the angle, color, and size so you’ll know for sure what you’ll be getting when you show up at the tattoo parlor. [Purchase]

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