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    Incredible Ink Mapping Brings Tattoos to Life

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    Portuguese artists Oskar & Gaspar transformed tattooed bodies into incredible animations using nothing more than light and color.

    The video shows a demonstration dubbed "the world's first live tattoo video mapping event" exactly as the audience saw it — no digital manipulation other than the projection mapping itself.

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