Woman Hears Late Grandma's Voice Through Her Waveform Tattoo

  • Woman Hears Late Grandma's Voice Through Her Waveform Tattoo

Woman Hears Late Grandma's Voice Through Her Waveform Tattoo

The wave pattern was tattooed onto her chest, and using an app called Skin Motion, Morris can now hold her phone over the waves and hear her grandmother's voice whenever she likes.

Sakyrah Angelique held on to the voicemail her grandmother sent her for almost three years, not wanting to delete it, but not sure what else she could exactly do with it. In the video above, you can her Sakyrah's grandmother say, "I love you".

The tattoo is of the waveform of the voice recording, with a special app able to play back the audio file using image recognition.

"My grandma passed away my junior year of high school", Sakyrah, from Chicago, explained on Twitter.

"My grandmother passed away in May 2015 and my birthday was the month before in April", she told Newsbeat.

Sakyrah's collar bone
Girl gets voicemail tattoo in memory of late grandmother — and it can be played out loud

Angelique continued: "I've been holding on to this voicemail for nearly 3 years now, not knowing what I would do with it". She got a tattoo of the voicemail's exact sound waves. Using new technology that can read audio information, this woman got a tattoo that plays voicemail her grandmother sent her right before she died.

"This is literally my grandma looking out for me", she later tweeted. Wanting to commemorate her somehow, she made a decision to get a tattoo.

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

A third said: 'This is precious, I'm actually tearing up.