The wickedly fast Japanese sport of ‘pepe-sumo’, or miniature robot sumo wrestling, filmed here in real time and compiled (from several years of footage) by Robert McGregor.
Bouts don’t last long. Refs wear shin pads.
A very wee chess set complete with ivory and ebony board mounted on a silver ring made by Arduosity who describes it as ‘ near impossible to set up.’
A series of mix-n-match handmade birch plywood rings by Etsy seller Clive Roddy.
Houses, trees, mountains – the full gamut of landscape types right there.
Scott de Buitléir tweetz:
Anyone else notice this solar ring over Dublin?
For your significant Whovian other. Available in Sterling Silver, white and tellow gold and platinum with your choice of gems on the spinning TARDIS from €930 (+6 week shipping)
Arcus Motion Analyzer – currently in development and funding on Kickstarter – is a ring-sized, water resistant motion tracking device that also recognises gestures.
Feeding back in real time via a Bluetooth connection, multiple devices can be worn to generate complex data and metrics.
Available from €446 (Sterling silver and topaz) to €2921 (platinum and diamond) from PaulMichaelDesign.
The bronze-infused stainless steel ‘Brick Ring’ by COVO (€36.74)
A thing you could easily get attached to.
A prototype LED ring watch created by Hungarian designer Guszlav Szilaszai – still in development but currently halfway to goal funding on Indiegogo.
The developers say it’ll be powered by a tiny
replaceable rechargeable lithium polymer battery with a three year lifespan.