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Encode Ring Turns Your Voice into a Ring

by Conner Flynn
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How’d you like to have your voice permanently preserved in a piece of jewelry? Japanese startup Encode Ring is using a unique 3-D printing technology to turn your voice into a metal ring. These rings are visualization of 3 seconds of voice audio.
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You simply upload an audio file of your voice, and they convert the waveform into a 3D printed metal ring. Before you buy, you can see a virtual demo of how the ring looks and get a list of variants. Naturally there are a lot of possibilities when it comes to jewelry based on audio, which is why the company is looking into things like recording audio from live concerts and more. It’s a unique idea for a unique accessory.

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These rings are available in several metal alloys including steel, gold-plated, premium silver, 18K gold and solid platinum. Prices range from $120(USD) for steel to $1,240 for platinum.

[via CNet via Luxury Launches]

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