The World’s First Remote Tattoo arm with 5G supports

Tattooing with needles and ink was the way from the beginning. Nowadays, people use different kinds of tattoo machines to do the job, i.e., Rotary tattoo machines and coil tattoo machines. With advanced technology, the tattoo industry just took another leap. The First Remote Tattoo by Robot. You heard it right, it was the world’s first tattoo that was done remotely.

How did the first remote tattoo turn out?

In short, it turned out pretty well. It was fast, accurate, and low latency because of the 5G network. Actress Stijn Fransen was the first one to get the taste. The robot was controlled by tattoo artist Wes Thomas who was in another location. Here is the video from the event-

Tattooing remotely

It worked pretty well as you can see in the video.

Who developed the first-ever remote tattoo robot arm?

The T-mobile Netherlands has developed it. They call it the impossible tattoo. To deliver the innovative robot t-mobile collaborated with the mill, a production company that successfully built the robot arm from scratch. They also recorded the whole video.


The Dutch tattoo artist helped engineers in the research and development part to ensure that every factor is taken into consideration when replication the delicate process of tattooing. They tested the project on prosthetic skin samples and on many things many times.

Obviously, it is a great invention, but how do you feel about getting a tattoo from one of these? Would you like to get a tattoo from the buzzing machine? Or from something that is silent like a snake? Many people know the tattoo salon by the sound of their machine. What is your opinion? Let us know below.

Here is the video footage of the remote tattoo robot’s first work.

The tattoo industry is still growing and they still have room to grow. If this new tat gun can change the shape of the industry, then it must continue to grow. This is probably the beginning of a new era in the tattoo industry.

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