LOS ANGELES, California -- People are now getting tattoos that can speak to them thanks to a Los Angeles startup.
For some, it's a chance to keep a forever message from a loved one who has died.
Here's how it works: You upload any sound clip to an app called Skin Motion.
An artist then takes the soundwave from the app and makes a tattoo.
If you scan the tattoo with the app, the audio clip is played.
For one man, he was able to turn a voicemail from his grandmother who recently passed away into a tattoo.
The designs can be made up from any recorded sounds.
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Man gets audio tattoo of voicemail from late grandmother