Men often help design their fiancé’s engagement ring. But few actually build one from scratch.

A California engineer designed an engagement ring that lights up when the couple holds hands.

It all began when the man, Ben Kokes, wanted to create a unique piece of jewelry for the woman he wanted to spend the rest of his life with.

On the surface, the forged ring looks like a simple titanium bad with 23 diamonds set around the perimeter.

However, what makes this ring really shine is that whenever the couple holds hands, the ring lights up.

On his blog, the love-struck inventor said he wanted to do this “because doing things in the most complicated way possible is just what he does to show the love.”

So how exactly does the ring work?

Well, if you want the scientific answer, a battery of capacitor inside the band of the ring powers the LEDs with an inductive charging circuit. Coupled with an inductive charger that the male wears on his wrist, the combination creates a shining beacon of love.

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