Relax While Getting a Tattoo

Are you fascinated with tattoos as much as I am?

I am always amazed at different tattoos I see. Some of these are literally beautiful paintings drawn (or etched) into our human skin. In some sense it is a bit morbid, to puncture our own skin in order to preserve an image to our own bodies, but it is also so appealing and attractive.

I have many friends who have desired to get a tattoo for a long time but retreated due to the fear of the pain, sight, or act of getting the actual tattoo. They always said that if they could just distract themselves while getting the tattoo, then they may be able to go through with it. In addition, I have met a few tattoo artists that attest that a distraction to their clients would make their job a lot easier. It would allow them to attend to their job, without the client stalling, freaking out, or fainting out of worry.

What if there was a product out there that would allow an entertaining distraction in a comfortable and savvy manner? There is!

RelaxView Tattoo Pack are video sunglasses that grant a user viewing pleasure in an appeasing and elegant form. In addition to being able to connect to the iPod, Zune, and other media players, RelaxView are compatible with video game consoles such as the Xbox, Wii , PS2 and the Playstation 3. They come with a portable DVD player to watch movies, and a remote for additional convenience.

For those contemplating a tattoo but would appreciate a nice distraction, these sunglasses may do the trick. I can already imagine individuals at tattoo parlors crying or laughing because they are watching their favorite heartbreaking dramas or satiric comedies. Do you think that different clients may end up playing multi-player games against each other during their tattoo sessions? Even better, with all the wireless capabilities, they will end up playing against worldwide adversaries.

Furthermore, additional RelaxView models have been developed for a 3D movie experience, different gaming consoles, dental patient distraction, and more.

Sounds to me like a pretty incredible idea. Wouldn’t you say so?

Via (and picture): Engadget