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Mechanical winged jewellery powered by fingers

A decade ago, Korean metalsmith and jewellery maker Dukno Yoon decided to build some incredibly fun mechanical finger works that let digits power up into instant playgrounds. Wings – some feathered, some metallic – sit atop a metal structure that grips the finger like a ring, and flap when the finger moves. Fantastic stuff.

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