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This engagement ring box films your proposal

And that's how you go viral.

 

Selena Larson

Tech

Published Mar 20, 2015   Updated May 29, 2021, 6:24 am CDT

It’s National Proposal Day, and there are at least a handful of people probably celebrating by getting down on one knee and asking the loves of their lives to marry them. Off in one corner might be a hidden camera, or a friend wandering in a park waiting to film the special moment in hopes it might go viral.

But now it’s even easier to capture the look on your partner’s face when you pop the question with Ring Cam, a ring box with a camera embedded in the lid. When the box is open, it can film high-definition audio and video of the response.

Ring Cam

Ring Cam isn’t available for purchase, rather you rent it for $100 for three weeks. One button on the side of the box starts and stops filming, and the device plugs into your computer via a USB cable to save the recording.

The company compiled a heartwarming video of customers proposing to their soon-to-be brides, so if you’re having a cold, lonely National Proposal Day, watch these people in love to make yourself feel better.

Photo via Tela Chhe/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)

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*First Published: Mar 20, 2015, 7:22 pm CDT