These Diamonds Shine With LED Lights When the Married Couple Holds Hands

By: Ryan Fowler - Published: Jul 2, 2013 • References: hackaday & incrediblethings
These diamonds shine more than your average stones. A man named Ben has created an engagement ring that shines with some help from a clever design and creativity. To accomplish this, Ben used a program to come up with a titanium ring that has 23 stones --13 white and 10 blue. This sounds stunning already, but the stones are not even the special part.

Making a diamond ring where the diamonds shine with actual light is something that most of us have never seen before. Essentially, the design included a copper coil assembly and LEDs integrated into the existing ring. Ben used a coil of wire wound around kapton tape that served as the inductor, and a small SMD capacitor that powers three very bright, but very tiny LEDs. Stats for Light-Up Wedding Bands Trending: Older & Average
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