Wearables, man. It used to be that if you wanted to be at the forefront of technology, having a smartphone in your pocket was all you needed. But now with smartwatches and the likes of Google Glass being picked up by new users every day, living on the bleeding edge means strapping a bunch of that gear right on to your body. Some of these futurists are taking things one step further, and today Motorola shares one of the ways users are doing just that, introducing a “tattoo” that lets Moto X owners unlock their phones.

Well, the VivaLnk Digital Tattoo may describe itself as such, but this is no capital-T tattoo; instead, the Digital Tattoo is an NFC-enabled sticker that’s designed to be worn on your arm for up to five days at a time.

Remember the Motorola Skip, the little Moto X NFC accessory you could use to unlock the phone? The Digital Tattoo works in exactly the same manner, but instead of carrying around Skip clipped to your clothing, you just adhere the Digital Tattoo to your wrist and forget about it.

Right now the Digital Tattoo only works with the Moto X, but the company is considering expanding to support other devices – though we wonder if any other OEMs are similarly enthusiastic. A ten-pack of Digital Tattoo stickers will run you just about ten dollars.

Source: Motorola, VivaLnk

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