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  • Ruthy A Christy

    unique engagement rings | Weird, Unique Wedding Ring Has Built-In Projector - Engagement 101

  • Tiffany Koehler

    engagement ring - projector ring Love this idea! So neat!

  • Black Rackham

    Think your wedding ring is one-of-a-kind? Think again! Check out this really cool wedding ring that has a projector built right into the band. Best husband in the world Luke Jerram teamed up with a local jewelry store to build the unique ring, according to Gizmodo. The wedding has tiny photographic slides and an adjacent lens. When light is shone directly on the slide it projects a photo of the happy couple, just like a real projector. Really unique, huh? Definitely a one-of-a-kind gem.

  • Marika Mantere

    Unique Portrait Projecting Wedding Ring designed by Luke Jerram: "In a darkened room, light from a candle or LED passes through the ring to project a series of portraits. A selection of miniature slides were made of different family portraits and inserted into the edge of the ring for projection."

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