5 Burst results for "Tattoo Tech"

"tattoo tech" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

04:04 min | 10 months ago

"tattoo tech" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"Tend to have become increasingly common over the last few decades and accordingly, the stigma surrounding them has worn off quite a bit as well. It's still there of course, especially in older generations in certain cultures. But what if you could defend your tattoo by saying it's for medical purposes. Tattoos that can indicate biochemical changes in your body as warning signs for larger conditions have been in development by various teams of scientists over the last several years. Carson bruns a chemist artist and assistant professor at the University of Colorado. Boulder has been working on tattoos that detect UV lights and also served as the first human test subject for them. But before I dive more into bronzes specific work, here's a quick summary of recent developments quoting the conversation in two thousand seventeen researchers tattooed pigskin, which had been removed from the pig with molecular bio sensors that use color to indicate sodium glucose or. Ph levels in the skins fluids in two thousand, nineteen team of researchers expanded on that study to include protein sensing and developed smartphone readouts for the tattoos. This year they also showed that electrolyte levels could be detected with fluorescent tattoo sensors in two thousand eighteen biologist developed a tattoo made of engineered skin cells that darken when they sent an imbalance of calcium caused by certain cancers they demonstrated the cancer detecting tattoo in living mice and quotes. While all of those projects detect biomedical changes within a person Brinson, his team are working on the detection of external changes mostly UV exposure as a warning sign for skin cancer quoting bruns. In the conversation, we developed an invisible tattoo ink that turns blue only in UV light alerting you when your skin needs protection. The tattooing contains a UV activated die inside of Plastic Nanno capsule less than Micron in diameter or thousandth of a millimeter about the same size as an ordinary to pigments. The Nano capsule is needed to make the color changing tattoo particles large enough if tattoo pigments are too small, the immune system rapidly clears them from the skin and the tattoo disappears. They're implanted using tattoo machines in the same way as regular tattoos but they last for only several months before they start to degrees from UV exposure and other natural processes and fade requiring a booster tattoo end quote. The team is also developing UV protective tattoos that would essentially act as long lasting sunscreen by absorbing the UV light that penetrates the skin. While that may sound like a lot of pain to endure for how much surface area that would have to cover to be effective bruhns also notes that scientists have been working on needle free tattooing methods using microscopic ink droplets fired into the skin. And Tattoo Tech is going in even more directions. There's epidermal electronics or wearable electronic tattoos that would do things like quote sense electro physiological signals like heart rate and brain activity or monitor hydration and glucose levels from sweat and quotes. But there's also non-medical uses like quote controlling mobile devices, for example, Shuffling Music playlist at the touch of a tattoo or for luminescent body art that lights up the skin and quotes. Bruhns, notes that color changing tattoos that can be programmed with electromagnetic signals will change the game on tattoos. You could have a tattoo that's visible when you're out with friends but turn it off for work. All of this is not completely without risk however, even ordinary tattoo pigments currently in use are unregulated by the FDA hopefully as new tech is being developed in labs, there will be some level of caution in oversight being exercised, but the long term effects of micro and Nano implants is yet to be studied..

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"tattoo tech" Discussed on Ephemeral

Ephemeral

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tattoo tech" Discussed on Ephemeral

"Your your skin is blank are you. There where's your where's that don't worry about your job. Don't worry about forever you don't have to with graphing Tattoo. Techs you Change Inc as often in as you like manipulating the pigment particles under your skin exactly who you WanNa be tribal with your crew dragon sleeves for the weekend black bars on the job that the crab had no if you're looking for love looking for trouble looking to be left alone. Your flesh is a canvas. graphing applicators are compatible with all COM unit models. AMD Yeah graphic software. Just press into the skin and watch it change nasty your flesh. Make a graphic graphic and technology is not compatible with removal gorging touchdowns as a violation of federal dribble It would have been easy. A stiff had but to the bridge of our nose. Disorient her just enough to drag her back into the latest Cargo Bay and restrain her or I could have simply opened up one of her carotid arteries where we stood. The bacilus would have made it too. Easy mm-hmm but I hesitated. Maybe it was. The fear in the blonde woman's is the quivering weakness in her body. And don't of course I needed to know I n pinned her from. The Wall pointed to the COT with the black tip of my knife. You said sit who are you. I'm press journalist. Your name Tabitha. Vail I write for the new humanist. The New York doesn't matter. How do you get aboard stowed stowed away in a shipment of farm tab meals to big crate? We hollowed out a space beneath the top layer of packages who's we members of the mariner skilled bape. You liked my story pitch and you stumbled out just now. What bathroom break neighborly visit told me? The cabin was empty. There is no passenger manifest. This much was true. I didn't think I'd have to get out of the crate but my leg cramped and well. Let's have it have. What your your pitch the one? The mariners liked the whole time. The tip of my knife never wavered. I drilled into her with my eyes tight with the drug pupils gleaming beneath the Sydell on my forehead she also had a clear view of the mark on my throat and half of the one on my sternum they make quite a statement. The various symbols on my arms just added a little extra flare Blair old fashioned inc a dagger a skull fractured World Tree. I had them all from the old days before for my current line of work. Vail mostly studied the floor. Cast a nervous glance or two with the other knives laid out beside beside her on the cot but when I asked about her work she finally looked me in the eye. I WANNA bring back a first hand account of Atlas Station why it's the big underwater habitat ever constructed. And nobody knows anything about Ed all. We've got her some schematics and few photos of unassembled modules. Hundreds grids of people live and work. There it's a central hub for deep work and we know next to nothing about the place outside what they feed us in press releases some. Call that corporate espionage rush do you. I thought I was asking the questions lands folk and recombine working side by side even representatives of the deep knee periods. And the titans themselves. You've never been there either. Have you been my first visit. I smiled and this one was sharp. Boulder the night judged at I d- I flip the knife around in my palm and laid it beside the sink then grabbed the pair of disposable plastic cups from the Medicine Cabinet. I WANNA reveal the conditions there. We all know what it's like on the surface but if the the rumors are true atlas is one of the few places where we combined workers have equal footing with lance folk shared culture even. And what can we learn from a place where we combined person is more more in tune with their environment. It won't play well with the heartland because they're so out of tune with theirs. They need it more than anyone. You've seen the conditions they enable and she was right of course I'd seen the recombines populations of the surface the endless sprawl of the coastal communities the rising tide washed the ruins of metropolis whereas swelling population teamed beneath the walls of inland governments amid those ruins. The New California coast the Florida's stump Atlanta Mumbai Guangzhou Goethenburg within Burgh. Those were just the ones I'd seen with my own eyes but it was the same all over a new people lived at the edges of the old product of the bargain. You dex made to save the world. It was the price of the second oil age..

"tattoo tech" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"tattoo tech" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"This economists podcast is sponsored by linked in jobs. Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. Overuse of antibiotics has driven the evolution of microbes that are resistant to them. So new drugs are constantly needed. But pharmaceutical companies lack the incentive to develop them market prices are dirt cheap and doctors are trying to prescribe the less. And the treasures of antiquity that are dotted around. Greece are jealously protected by the state. That's why a new art exhibition on dealers smack in the middle of the tiny islands. Ancient sites is both surprising and intriguing. But I. Today, Philippine voters will head to the polls for mid-term legislative elections. More than eighteen thousand government positions are up for grabs including around three hundred seats in the house of representatives and twelve slots in the Senate in a political system where personality Trump's party some see the ballot as a popularity test for the country's firebrand leader Rodrigo Detaille if his loyalists do well, the president will be able to consolidate his power. Mr. deter take was elected in two thousand sixteen. I win so press crime group the. Nothing. Anti-establishment populist. He promised hardline policies. Three years into his term. He's delivered. He launched a bloody war on drug crime. Dead bodies are being recovered from the streets in Manila. And in one notorious speech even likened himself to Hitler. Loss of third three million. Is three million three million. That'd be happy to slot. Person. Do say is an abrasive character whose son some international opprobrium for all his campaign against drugs, which is turned into a RAV murderous free for all that's killed thousands of people John MacLean reports for the economist from nila, he's less well-known for determined efforts to to peace with was than separatists of south of the Philippines, while at the same time being tough on those who get together with Islamic state and also for his efforts to dial down the confrontation with China over territory in the South China Sea and today Filipinos will go to vote in midterm elections. Why are those elections important for Mr. dude? Jose miss deters has three years left of his single six-year term, and like go presidency needs support of congress to keep governing effectively. Now, he has been quite covering his first year. Years in office in getting most of the legislation he needed urge of the these tax reform program of infrastructure building, which will help keep the economy growing fast. So he has less need of congress in the second half is too, but it's still useful to have to govern affected. Well, I mean, what's sort of changes are in prospect for the second half of his term. Watching needs to do is congress positive the second half of tax reform measure, which will do the economy a world of good Congress's help is also needed in his project to also the constitutions were placed the unitary state with a federal system. Why did Mr. detach? They want to change the nature of governance, essentially, he wants to make sure that the peace plan for the Muslim areas of the Philippines will stand up to the scrutiny of the supreme court. Now, there is a chance the supreme court will declare that these unconstitutional simple answer to that problem. Of course, it's the change in the constitution. Back is the main reason for Mr. turkeys eagerness for federal system. And how popular is he with this program of tax reform and infrastructure and an ambitious peace plan. How's he doing in? The polls wish to do. He has had consistently high ratings in all kinds of England polls satisfaction with his government popularity everything and he's not so much. He's policies that making popular, but he's personality. And I mean, the thing that's we often hear most outside the Philippines is about this brutal crackdown on drug dealers. And the like is that a popular policy is that contributing to his popularity. Well, there are certainly misgivings on many Filipinos about how this campaign is conducted. But in general is perception the crime on seats who's fallen so yes, he's policy has public approval. But it's very qualified public approval. Is there truth to that is crime genuinely down or is it? The very public very visible nature of this crackdown. Kind of contributing to the sense that crime is down crime figures in of the crime figures and many other parts of the world. They say what the police want them to say if he's a section that the streets are safer on the other hand, the campaign against drugs is a very bloody. It said it's so it was not so much a case if these, nurses the criminals, but it's more of a war on drug dealers and predictors of the drug dealers among the police, so it's a free for all where no one knows exactly where they stand and in the event that Mr. Tetteh and his allies are triumphant in this election. We'll vet get worse. You think certainty that will be next affective criticism of the campaign against drugs, but it will carry on anyway. And in that election. I mean who are the credible threats then to Mr. detained and his allies opposition coalition. Who's made the mistake of painting? This election is a referendum on Mr. do. Tessie? Now, the opinion polls show them that the president is popular. That's only one of the senatorial candidates in the opposition is likely to win a seat. Bam Aquino who belongs to the Aquino clan. But is provided to presidents Philippines. Now, political dynasties are big factor in Philippine politics. And another interesting character to watch we'll be Mr. do Turkey's own daughter who is the man of his hometown. She's only session to attain a post. But whether we're seeing him start of a new let's go on the national stage remains to be seen. I think it's highly unlikely that tattoo tech table. We'll step onto the national stage anytime soon, so what do you think? Then we'll we'll have it in this election will Mr. Detaille and his loyalists keep their majorities. Yes. Mr. if you touch there will retain a degree of control of congress. How long that control will lust though is another matter OE politics in the? Philippines is transactional. The president. Is the phones will patronage congress gives the president's support in return for government spending in that constituencies that loyalty to the president's can change quickly. Suddenly when the president tends to become a lame duck is he does towards the end of his term. But for now, you think Mr. Detaille is is safe for the next year or two years. Yes. He's sake towards the end of his term. He will suddenly become laying as it would be. John. Thank you very much for joining us. Antibiotics

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Spare the Rodrigo: Philippine elections

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:49 min | 2 years ago

Spare the Rodrigo: Philippine elections

"Philippine voters will head to the polls for mid-term legislative elections. More than eighteen thousand government positions are up for grabs including around three hundred seats in the house of representatives and twelve slots in the Senate in a political system where personality Trump's party some see the ballot as a popularity test for the country's firebrand leader Rodrigo Detaille if his loyalists do well, the president will be able to consolidate his power. Mr. deter take was elected in two thousand sixteen. I win so press crime group the. Nothing. Anti-establishment populist. He promised hardline policies. Three years into his term. He's delivered. He launched a bloody war on drug crime. Dead bodies are being recovered from the streets in Manila. And in one notorious speech even likened himself to Hitler. Loss of third three million. Is three million three million. That'd be happy to slot. Person. Do say is an abrasive character whose son some international opprobrium for all his campaign against drugs, which is turned into a RAV murderous free for all that's killed thousands of people John MacLean reports for the economist from nila, he's less well-known for determined efforts to to peace with was than separatists of south of the Philippines, while at the same time being tough on those who get together with Islamic state and also for his efforts to dial down the confrontation with China over territory in the South China Sea and today Filipinos will go to vote in midterm elections. Why are those elections important for Mr. dude? Jose miss deters has three years left of his single six-year term, and like go presidency needs support of congress to keep governing effectively. Now, he has been quite covering his first year. Years in office in getting most of the legislation he needed urge of the these tax reform program of infrastructure building, which will help keep the economy growing fast. So he has less need of congress in the second half is too, but it's still useful to have to govern affected. Well, I mean, what's sort of changes are in prospect for the second half of his term. Watching needs to do is congress positive the second half of tax reform measure, which will do the economy a world of good Congress's help is also needed in his project to also the constitutions were placed the unitary state with a federal system. Why did Mr. detach? They want to change the nature of governance, essentially, he wants to make sure that the peace plan for the Muslim areas of the Philippines will stand up to the scrutiny of the supreme court. Now, there is a chance the supreme court will declare that these unconstitutional simple answer to that problem. Of course, it's the change in the constitution. Back is the main reason for Mr. turkeys eagerness for federal system. And how popular is he with this program of tax reform and infrastructure and an ambitious peace plan. How's he doing in? The polls wish to do. He has had consistently high ratings in all kinds of England polls satisfaction with his government popularity everything and he's not so much. He's policies that making popular, but he's personality. And I mean, the thing that's we often hear most outside the Philippines is about this brutal crackdown on drug dealers. And the like is that a popular policy is that contributing to his popularity. Well, there are certainly misgivings on many Filipinos about how this campaign is conducted. But in general is perception the crime on seats who's fallen so yes, he's policy has public approval. But it's very qualified public approval. Is there truth to that is crime genuinely down or is it? The very public very visible nature of this crackdown. Kind of contributing to the sense that crime is down crime figures in of the crime figures and many other parts of the world. They say what the police want them to say if he's a section that the streets are safer on the other hand, the campaign against drugs is a very bloody. It said it's so it was not so much a case if these, nurses the criminals, but it's more of a war on drug dealers and predictors of the drug dealers among the police, so it's a free for all where no one knows exactly where they stand and in the event that Mr. Tetteh and his allies are triumphant in this election. We'll vet get worse. You think certainty that will be next affective criticism of the campaign against drugs, but it will carry on anyway. And in that election. I mean who are the credible threats then to Mr. detained and his allies opposition coalition. Who's made the mistake of painting? This election is a referendum on Mr. do. Tessie? Now, the opinion polls show them that the president is popular. That's only one of the senatorial candidates in the opposition is likely to win a seat. Bam Aquino who belongs to the Aquino clan. But is provided to presidents Philippines. Now, political dynasties are big factor in Philippine politics. And another interesting character to watch we'll be Mr. do Turkey's own daughter who is the man of his hometown. She's only session to attain a post. But whether we're seeing him start of a new let's go on the national stage remains to be seen. I think it's highly unlikely that tattoo tech table. We'll step onto the national stage anytime soon, so what do you think? Then we'll we'll have it in this election will Mr. Detaille and his loyalists keep their majorities. Yes. Mr. if you touch there will retain a degree of control of congress. How long that control will lust though is another matter OE politics in the? Philippines is transactional. The president. Is the phones will patronage congress gives the president's support in return for government spending in that constituencies that loyalty to the president's can change quickly. Suddenly when the president tends to become a lame duck is he does towards the end of his term. But for now, you think Mr. Detaille is is safe for the next year or two years. Yes. He's sake towards the end of his term. He will suddenly become laying as it would be. John. Thank you very much for joining us.

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"tattoo tech" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"tattoo tech" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"Is one of those things I wouldn't wish on anybody. But I wouldn't trade the experience for anything or any anyone in the world. You know when Trevor was frequently bullied while he was growing up, especially in high school. What did that bowling look like well when he was in high school, we found that he was being bullied by some of the students, and so we call the vice principal and said, hey, you got to put a stop to this. And so she called back the next day and said, I interviewed the alleged perpetrators, and they denied it. And so, you know, we're not gonna do anything. We don't wanna miscarriage of Justice. Now, we have been told get a lawyer, you know, soup people what have you? But no, we didn't want to do that. So we just prayed in the next day. I asked to have a meeting with her. And so we went in and brought Trevor with me and Melissa wisely. The night before had him write down what was said and done to him. And so we came in. And there was the principal three vice principals for teachers and a police officer and kind of a scary situation. And so had Trevor read this read what you wrote down Trevor. And he said I'm scared. My said, I'm with you don't worry about it. So and I told the p. People in that meeting. This is not a deposition is not going to be any cross examination of Trevor. He's just going to read what happened, and then we'll let you decide where the miscarriage of Justice my life. And so he read haltingly, call me tarted. Call me to bid coming worthless push me down, and you could have heard a pin drop in the room. And so I got up and said, okay. That's it. You guys decide what you wanted to side. So we walked out, and it was a pretty big deal at school and large crowd of students out front and all the cheerleaders made a banner form, we love you Trevor you're the bomb, and and so that was good. And then later on. It's all Trevor that was pretty cool the cheerleaders made you aband- or and he said, yeah, I married them. I go. He's canal, which which one all the no, no all them. And we're pretty if the exact right girl, it'd be brought into your life. And and so we're grateful. That's how it turned out when he was a senior every student in the school appearance. Got an Email saying if you want your son or daughter to be on the homecoming court to to fill out of five part document and returned by such and such a time, and I had hopes and dreams Trevor and I knew he had made some friends, but this wasn't for him. So I deleted the document. And and then Melissa got a call the next day from one of his special Ed teachers saying did you fill out the occasion, Melissa said. Well, not really there's nothing. This is not for Trevor. And he said, well, can I feel it out? And she said sure go ahead. So I got to pick up Trevor on Tuesday after school when he comes walking out. He's got a rose in his hand. And he says I am homecoming core daddy, and I said, not you're thinking misinterpreted. What happened? He goes. No. I am homecoming court. He pulls out a piece of paper it to and says, congratulations. Trevor Hendershot is on the homecoming court north at high school, I thought wow. Okay. How can this be tried to explain to Trevor don't get to upset if you don't pick because he gets upset when things goes way? I don't know where he gets that. If things goes way, he's not happy. But so on Friday at noon at the pep rally, thousands of kids there and the teachers and everybody, and then they got to the end of the pep rally, all the cheered and the band plane, and what have you, and then they got to the announce the hookah me king the homecoming king for two thousand nine north high highschools Trevor, and they didn't even get to the last name and the whole place tearful standing ovation as a wonderful thing. And then. That night. We were for the homecoming dance. I was we got a tattoo tech Cedo. Trevor I was but in his cdo, and he says, I just the bride. Son. You're not getting buried your homecoming king. There's no kissing ceremony. Believe just keep your. Please. Then after the game. One of the vice principals came up to me and said, you know, whatever came to the school has a freshman. We knew he was being bullied for not only because this ability. But also here's a habit of loudly singing Christian songs before during an after school in while we were able to with your input. We were able to stop the bullying our efforts to keep Trevor from singing during the school day to no avail, but you know, this whole school. The last four years has realized Chevy's faith is part of who he is. In addition to the singing of Christian songs, it also comes with a high five fist-bump and a hug for the truly fortunate to have been able to cross his path in the day at school. So why we thought it would be a token? Vice token gesture to put him on the homecoming court little did we know that the vote wasn't even going to be close. He got more votes than the other four candidates. Bind. And we heard we might have a ride on our hands.

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