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Can wearable fitness tech make great jewelry? The Bloom necklace is the most attractive attempt yet.
If dropping wearable tech into jewelry makes a lot of sense to you, you're in luck: Cuff is a company that's trying to think beyond watches, and aim for women's fashion.
Paul Michael Design creates geeky yet glamorous rings inspired by "Star Trek," "Star Wars," "Game of Thrones," and more.
A new jewelry line on Kickstarter created by a biological electron microscopist immortalizes the beauty of the human chromosome.
Fashionteq's new line of tech jewelry puts smartphone notifications on your wrist, your finger, or around your neck.
The Shine is one of the most stylish and futuristic-looking wireless fitness trackers out there, but you're trading in extra versatility for minimalist style.
This successful Kickstarter project lets you make anything from printed circuits to brass earrings and molds for precision parts.
While it won't snap photos, pendant resembling Olympus Trip 35 film camera has parts that actually work.
Metal smith and jewelry maker Dukno Yoon creates small kinetic sculptures that turn your ring finger into your wing finger.
Plagued by werewolves? With new service from online 3D printing community Shapeways, you can get your own silver bullets.