binary code rings

Wow, I want one, but I have no idea what I’d get on it… These lovely rings are jewelry designed by Jonathan Ben-Tovim, and are called Encoder Rings. Each ring can contain up to 64 characters of binary code; 8 bumps / indentations represent the 1’s and 0’s that make up an individual letter, so when Ben-Tovim gets them into more mass production by way of 3D printing, individuals could have their own message “printed” onto their ring. It’s kind of a hot idea for lots of reasons… want! (via psfk, thanks Evil Signtist!)

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