Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle have been dancing around their relationship for as long as I can remember. I think it’s about time that Batman got down on one knee and asked Catwoman for her hand in marriage.
They’re three little keys that every Windows user dreads having to use, but Ctrl-Alt-Del have been part of PC life since all the way back in the 1980s. If you’ve endured your share of soft reboots and Task Manager app quits, then wear these as as a badge of honor with this awesome ring.
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.
Looking for a fun piece of jewelry that captures your geeky spirit? Well, if you love retro arcade games, you should check out this cool Space Invaders-inspired ring from ZaniZ.
Each ring is 3D printed to order, and can be rendered in a variety of materials, including stainless steel, 24k gold over steel, brass, polished silver, or a variety of plastics.
When Robert proposed to fellow Nintendo fan Jeanette back in 2014, he did it with some Zelda-themed scrolls. Naturally, the couple both wanted to keep the theme going when they turned to Takayas Custom Jewelry for their wedding band.
If you’re one of the lucky people who got to see Star Wars IV: A New Hope when it first came out in 1977, Etsy shop Pagan Idolatry has the perfect commemorative ring for you.
Each ring is made with a chunk of 0.925 silver, which proprietor Jason Bakutis says easily accounts for half its price.
Doctor Who fans that need to put a ring on it, here you go. These aren’t fancy gold or diamond rings, but they have that wedding band look to them. That could be a bad thing if you aren’t in a marrying mood and your companion is a bit nutty.
Valve employee Chandler Murch used Valve and HTC’s Vive virtual reality system to propose to his now fiancé Kelly Tortorice, who shared photos of the proposal on her Facebook page. Kelly said Chandler asked her to test Steam VR demos at Valve’s headquarters, which she did initially, “then suddenly, a virtual engagement ring started floating [her] way.”
A few years ago, we saw a really cool ring that was custom made by one talented Star Wars fan. We can’t all be jewelry Jedi, but thanks to Takayas Custom Jewelry you can still wield a lightsaber-inspired ring.
This Green Lantern-inspired ring is the latest invention of laser-obsessed prop maker Patrick Priebe. It shoots a laser beam. It burns stuff. He won’t sell it to us. Dammit.
As usual, to keep idiots from blinding themselves Patrick is staying mum on how he made the ring.
This awesome Space Invaders ring puts the 8-bit aliens around one of your fingers. Hopefully not your button mashing trigger finger, because you know they will try to stop you from shooting their friends.