Counterfeit Beware

Security features in money run the gamut from watermarks, security threads, specialized inks and papers that are easily identifiable. In spite of this, counterfeit notes still circulate so the battle is now waged on the other front – identifying them. The Intelligent Counting is a ring fitted with sensors that detects the specialized inks currently used in paper currency. As a bonus, it also counts your money for you, unless you squander it all!

Designer: Yitu Wang

19 Comments

  • dror says:

    A must have for a drug dealer!

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  • 能防伪的数钱戒指是一个好发明

  • NICKCHAN says:

    NO USE, ALL AROUND THE WORLD OF BIG CITY LIKE HONG KONG USE ELECTRIC DOLLAR!

  • NICKCHAN says:

    NO USE, ALL AROUND THE WORLD OF BIG CITY LIKE HONG KONG USE ELECTRIC DOLLAR!

  • Kebin says:

    that'll make my life harder…

  • Kebin says:

    that'll make my life harder…

  • Kebin says:

    betcha it ain't waterproof (oops i forgot to take it off), also getting that high a quality sensor on something so small seems rather ridiculous no?

  • Kebin says:

    betcha it ain't waterproof (oops i forgot to take it off), also getting that high a quality sensor on something so small seems rather ridiculous no?

  • TJ Kim says:

    I don't think it the original one. but, the design seems better.

  • TJ Kim says:

    I don't think it the original one. but, the design seems better.

  • South_44 says:

    Clever.
    This has real promice in theme parks and other establishments hadling common cash. This is far less accusing than the current pen used to detect fake notes and can avoid mistakes being made or offence being taken.
    A good idea and a smart way of keeping in subtle with the design.
    Some more explanation is required withe how the product works.
    Would it be affected if a note was dirty or had a layer of grime from its age?
    How will the device cope with tears in the notes?

  • zwenkwiel says:

    wtf
    even if it isn’t waterproof
    wtf kind of a retard are you to go swimming with it?
    you don’t go swimming with your cell phone do you?
    why would you even wear it to the pool?
    not like you would be handling large sums of money

    only a true idiot would try to solve problems that aren’t there

  • zakaria says:

    Pls inform from where this product can be purchased.
    many thanks
    zak

  • Ryan Chan says:

    How can such as small ring authenticate the banknote?

    Amazing device… Where can I get it?

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