These Glowing Infinity Stone-Inspired Rings Are Mildly Radioactive

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As we enter Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Infinity Stones have become increasingly important. We’ve seen a few pop up over the course of the first two phases, but it’s all going to come to a head once Phase 3 concludes in, oh, a billion years, or whatever.

Of course, all this focus on the Stones in the films has led to people craving a set of their own. People like Reddit user JarvisLatteier, who has designed a set of rings inspired by the Infinity Stones that glow in the goddamn dark thanks to the radioactive isotope tritium.

Originally modeled in 3D software and brought into the world via a 3D printer, JarvisLatteier cast the rings in steel. As for the tritium, it’s mostly safe. Tritium’s beta particles are unable to penetrate the skin, so as long as you don’t try to eat it or otherwise insert it into your body, you’re basically fine.

If you fancy a set of your own rings, JarvisLatteier sells them on his Shapeways shop. You can also check out a video about the rings below.

(via Nerdist)

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