Shibuya, Japan -- (ReleaseWire) -- 10/05/2017 -- EncodeRing is a Japanese service that makes a ring based on a voice wave from a message. This remarkable and unique idea will have great future implications and it will complete revolutionize the concept of wedding rings and engagement rings around the world. The company creates these phenomenal gold, silver and platinum rings or even the gold plated ones by the recorded wave pattern of a voice message and this has never been done before.
"I have worked in a 3d printing and 3d modeling company before, and I want to do something that can really touch people's hearts." Said Yoshinobu Kakumura, the CEO of EncodeRing Inc., while talking about the company. "We developed the original system to generate 3d design of accessary based on voice which is recorded on website." He added. According to the CEO, even If someone records the same word with their voice, the shape of the ring produced will be different because it is almost impossible to say same word with same condition. This actually means that the ring generated is really only-one design in all of the world.
In addition, the ring owners will also be able to hear the original recorded message on which the ring will be based by scanning a QR code. From Rhodium Plate to Gold Plate, the rings will be made available in several variants for several occasions ranging from weddings to baby voices or even pet voices. The company is therefore seeking community support on Kickstarter in order to make this project a reality and it is welcoming everyone to generously support the fundraising process.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/275932585/ring-made-by-your-voice-wave and supporters from around the world can make pledges and donations for the project. For a pledge of only ¥10,000, they will be able to get one ring as a reward and more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
EncodeRing is a visionary Japanese initiative that will create precious metallic rings based on voice messages. The idea has great future implications and the company is raising funds on Kickstarter in order to make this project a reality.
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