Exchanging wedding rings is a significant custom followed almost in all parts of the world, one to symbolize love and loyalty and two to express that everlasting bond of love and affection. To gel with the persons image, there are numerous styles and patterns of rings available out there, but still there are few who have there own style - the geek style. There is nothing in the non-fictional world that can match their style - here thus, from the world of fiction and creation we have plucked out 10 wedding rings that geeks will definitely want to exchange.
Designed by Luke Jerram and jewelry designer, Tamrakar, the bespoke projector ring is an ingenious little creation that’s equipped with a transparent slide and a tiny lens. Jerram placed small images of him and his beloved which can be clearly viewed through the lens against a light source. Alas, fans here may have to build bespoke projector ring themselves as it’s told that Jerram has declined all requests to make any replicas.
This wedding ring packs style with functionality, granted, it isn’t crafted out of diamonds but at least it’s Swarovski. The ring is USB-enabled and the connector plugs into the solitaire crystal. It’s fully functional and can be used to store images, text and videos. While you may not actually use it, it’s nice to know that it’ll come in handy.
USB drives are a common site and most used little devices owing to their small size capable of storing substantial data. Microsoft employee Ray Arifianto was lucky enough to get himself a bride who understood his geekiness and presented him with a wedding ring that’s USB-drive style (non-functional). The carefully crafted ring has a connector that looks like its about to be plugged in.
As if USB-drive styled rings weren’t impressive enough, artist Jana Brevick has hand crafted Ethernet rings complete with connector and port. Designed in sterling silver, the rings can be interlocked by both bride and groom. They’re cheap too, costing just about $340 for a pair, so you get something that is pretty unique and affordable as well.
Men often forget things, but here is a solution in a wedding ring that'll never let your husband forget the anniversary day ever. The Remember Ring is guaranteed to make him remember the special occasion. Hot Spot technology heats up the ring to around 120 degrees Fahrenheit which gives a warm reminder to the wearer. 24 hours prior to the anniversary, the ring emits heat for about 10 seconds every hour by converting the hand’s heat into electricity, thus prompting the wearer to remember. Customers can get theirs ordered in silver or gold which also comes with a lifetime warranty.
This could be the height of all geeky rings, Google lover in you will get a kick out of it especially if you like Googling your name on the search engine. The odd ring displays the Google view count of the wearer and can be docked to update or refresh the hit count. Quite a gift for tech maniacs.
This is a ring for computer and music lovers, hand fabricated and laser cut, the ring is part of the Waveform Series consisting of different soundwave patterns crafted in gold, silver and other expensive materials. The ring is designed by Sakurako Shimizu and is a nice choice for those who love unconventional and edgy jewelry pieces.
The Geeky ring packs inside a micro chip that rests on a circuit board. While it may not appeal to women who love their diamonds and expensive stones, there’s no denying that it’s innovative and fit to lure the geek in you. Encased in a heart-shaped box, the ring is one perfect wedding ring to express the heartfelt love for your wife.
If computers are your forte, then the Nerd Love ASKII Binary Ring is perfect for you. Trendy enough to be worn even by women who aren’t much into computers, the binary ring has been crafted out of sterling silver. A jeweler’s saw was used to cut out 1s and the 0s out of a strip of metal which was then soldered onto a band of sterling silver for a seamless look.
If you thought you had seen it all, then just hold on and glance at this really innovative wedding ring that's sure to floor all the guest when your wife flips open the ring from her finger to covert it into a Bluetooth headset for some music at the marriage. Yes, you read that right, the Orb (as the ring is called) can be converted into a trendy Bluetooth-enabled earpiece for your listening pleasure.