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Tag: Ring

Ring Projector: Cool Wedding Ring, or Pocket Sized Bat-Signal?

Ring Projector: Cool Wedding Ring, or Pocket Sized Bat-Signal?
These portrait projecting rings were made by the Bristol artist Luke Jerram for his wife. They were inspired by the Stanhope optical jewelry of the 19th century. Luke worked with a jeweler named Tamrakar so that this ring can project the embedded image onto a wall when a light source is applied.

Computer Love Ring: Binary Romance

Computer Love Ring: Binary Romance
Here’s a ring that will earn you a smile – and maybe even more –  from math and computer geeks. Made of hand-forged sterling silver, the Computer Love Ring has the following engraved on its surface: 01101001 ♥ 01110101.
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Kinekt Gear Ring: the Only Ring a Geek Would Ever Want

Kinekt Gear Ring: the Only Ring a Geek Would Ever Want
This unique creation looks to me like one cool ring, one of the rare rings that I’m actually interested in, other than the One ring to rule them all. It’s called the Kinekt Gear Ring, and it’s a perfect gift for any tinkerer or mechanically-inclined geek.

Ring With Uncut Rough Diamonds Still as Pricey as the Shiny Ones

Ring With Uncut Rough Diamonds Still as Pricey as the Shiny Ones
From the makers of the bulletproof pocket square comes r¿ng, a white gold band with three interchangeable rough diamonds, each with a different color. One of them looks like a lump of coal, but overall this is a unique, eye-catching and refreshing take on jewelry.

The Fibonacci Rings

The Fibonacci Rings
Math geeks like pretty stuff, too, regardless of any nasty rumors you may have heard from the proverbial peanut gallery. But pretty things can be smart, you know, like this ring inspired by the Fibonacci numbers.

Question Mark Ring: for Romantic Cyborgs. or Geeks.

Question Mark Ring: for Romantic Cyborgs. or Geeks.
If your partner is geeky enough, you might get away with using capitolagirl’s Silicon Gallies question mark ring to pop the question.

Cylon Centurion Rings: What the Frak?

Cylon Centurion Rings: What the Frak?
Here’s a sure-fire way to tell if your girlfriend really loves you. Get down on one knee -there ya go – then whip out the velvet ring box – yep, that’s it – then give her this awesome Cylon Centurion engagement ring and ask her for her hand in marriage.

Transformers Jewelry Outshines the Films

Transformers Jewelry Outshines the Films
Forget those movies, with their glitzy CGI. If you want to see Optimus Prime really shine, you’ve got to check out this custom-made Transformers jewelry. This takes DIY to a whole new level. See that? That’s gold.

Cellular Jewelry is Positively Atomic

Cellular Jewelry is Positively Atomic
Etsy jewelry Emily Eps’ creations are perfect for any venue except science classes on test days, unless you want everyone staring at your neck for clues about red and white blood cells. No cheating, kids. Geeky jewelry is common, but it’s usually restricted to the realms of science fiction rather than actual science.

Encoder Rings Hide Binary Secrets

Encoder Rings Hide Binary Secrets
These Encoder Rings are decorated with holes that represent a 64-character code rendered in binary. This is your big chance to wear sensitive data on your finger, since only geeks with great eyesight would ever have a chance of figuring out what was on there.

Every Time a Bell Rings, a Blog Gets Its Hits

Every Time a Bell Rings, a Blog Gets Its Hits
Here’s a fun little holiday project for you mechanically-inclined folks out there. This strange looking contraption connects to your computer and rings a little bell every time a visitor hits your website. With a few bucks worth of off the shelf parts, an Arduino board, a USB cable and a little code, you too can have one for your website, thanks to this detailed “how-to” article over on Tinkerlog.

Ring Box Media Player Pops the Question

Ring Box Media Player Pops the Question
Planning on asking that tech savvy girl for her hand in wedded bliss? Here’s a way to really make a splash when you present her with that all important ring. The $199 Euricase Ring Box has a tiny 2-inch LCD screen and multimedia player built into the lid.

Mathmos Light Charms Glow When You’ve Got a Call

Mathmos Light Charms Glow When You’ve Got a Call
If you happen to have your cell phone ringer turned off, and you don’t care for the “vibrate” setting, you might want to check out these nifty things from London’s Mathmos. These tiny Light Charms clip onto your mobile phone and blink whenever a call is coming in (thanks to those lovely radio frequency emissions.) They’re available in both a mini light bulb version (in white or blue) and a mini lava lamp version (in red or blue) which is only appropriate since Mathmos was the original creator of the lava lamp back in the sixties.
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