Tattoo Plays Woman's Late Grandmother's Voice

Sakyrah Morris got a tattoo of her grandmother's voice
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Sakyrah Morris held on to a voicemail her grandmother sent her just a month before she passed away.

"My grandma passed away my junior year of high school", she tweeted.

"I had been holding onto that voicemail for what's been nearly three years now and I got the idea recently to get it tattooed".

But one girl found the ideal way to keep her late grandmother with her at all times, even after she'd passed away. Using new technology that can read audio information, this woman got a tattoo that plays voicemail her grandmother sent her right before she died.

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A video of the young singer's tattoo of the voicemail waveform is going viral and racked up more than 140,000 likes on Twitter since her tweet was posted.

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"Omg this made me cry, i love it so much", added another.

After we process your tattoo and the tattoo activation is complete, you can log in to your account using the Skin Motion™ app to point the camera in your mobile device at the tattoo to play it back.

The website then saves the file as an image so it can later recognize it when customers scan the tattoo with an app.

It was all possible thanks to a called Skin Motion, which works with image recognition to create soundwave tattoos from audio recordings.

Sharing incredible footage of her unique tattoo in action on Instagram she explained: "As some of you may know, my grandma meant the world to me".