How To Try Out A Tattoo Temporarily

[Use Ink Hunter App To Test The Look]

Getting a tattoo is a great experience for anyone. It lets you showcase your creativity and thoughts through amazing designs that will live with you forever.

However, this permanent aspect of tattoos is what scares a lot of people from getting them in the first place, as there have been far too many botched tattoo jobs that can be cited as a warning.

Plus there aren’t a lot of ways through which a user can experience what the tattoo would look like, especially in relation to their skin tone and texture.

To solve this problem, an app called Ink Hunter lets you try out various tattoos through Augmented Reality technology, so you can get a clear enough idea to help you make up your mind.

To use this app, follow these steps:

  1. Download, install and run Ink Hunter.
  2. In the app, select the tattoo you want to try out.
  3. You can select the Add Your Sketch option from the My Sketches Tab to add your own designs.
  4. Once you design is selected, the app will open the camera.
  5. The camera will have a square smiley overlay in the center.
  6. Take a pen, and draw a smiley face on the exact part of your body you want to get the tattoo on.
  7. Make sure that the eyes and mouth of the smiley are made up of straight lines.
  8. Make sure that the head of the smiley is facing the way the head of the tattoo would face.
  9. Align this smiley with the smiley on the camera.
  10. Once the camera recognizes the smiley on your hand, it will automatically turn into your tattoo.
  11. You can change the angle to see how the tattoo looks like from different sides.
  12. You can also take a pic of the tattoo.

With these simple steps, you will be able to easily try out all sorts of tattoos without actually getting them. Have Fun.

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Posted on : 23 Aug 2016 @ 07:55

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