The Ring Clock is a Watch for Your Finger
August 29th, 2013
Pledge to this campaign on Indiegogo if you want to wear a watch on your fingers. It’s called the Ring Clock, and uses 144 ultra-thin mono-color LEDs to display the time when you twist it. It’s a ring. It’s a watch. And, thankfully it doesn’t look like these.
Charging the Ring Clock is wireless, through induction. You just put it on a Qi charging plate. The battery is good for one week of operation on a charge. It’s made from surgical stainless steel and also has a water-resistant exterior.
Right now they’re still working on their prototype. It isn’t finished yet. So you should be aware that this isn’t a sure thing. They may be able to pull it off. Then again, maybe not. In order to put the Ring Clock into production, the company is looking for $287,400 in crowdsourced funding. As of this writing it has raised over $50,000 toward that goal, and still has about 43 days to go.
It takes a minimum $185(USD) pledge if you want one. I hope they get the rest of their funding and manage to complete the project.