Charles Windlin Development Digitus Ring




Prove promising futurodizayna and its positive impact on the jewelry. Determine how realistic practical implementation of the proposed hypothesis about the success of the idea of such a synthesis. With the rapid development of microelectronics, many designers are turning to the use of information technology in jewelry jewelry, and in this direction already exist rather interesting patterns. Here are examples of some of them. Ring Business Card American designer Japanese Matsui has invented a new form of business cards.

The so-called information ring their holders to share personal data with a handshake. When shaking hands ring transmit information and stores the information about the owners – phone numbers, email addresses, other contact information, and photos. After meeting with new business partners, you can pump the collected information to a ring on a personal computer. Energy source for the "business cards of the xxi century" should serve as a warm human body (Fig. 1). Ring of Charles Windlin Development Digitus Ring includes 1,400 magnetic spheres each of which can rotate. Also in the ring are computer chips, allowing to control colors of the ring – from a darker to lighter.

While this ring is able to tell time or, for example, date of wedding anniversary. In what may be the complement (Fig. 2). Figure 1. Ring business card Fig.2. Digitus Ring The Remember Ring One day before a special event in the life of its owner the inner surface of this wonderful ring is heated to 120 F (48 C) for about 10 seconds and continues to heat up, hour after hour for all day long.