The focal point of this concept is the center of the glass lens which is chamfered at a 45 degree angle around the central block of metal. The overall shape of the watch is simple, featuring sharp lines and delicate grooves. The user-selectable multi-colored LCD interface is crisp, clean and simple; hours are shown in square blocks and five minute groups are shown as lines outside the square blocks, in the same position as hours and minutes as a clock face. Single minutes 1-4 and seconds are shown in the central zone. The time can be read instantly because of the always on LCD screen.
Despite the cryptic looking blocks concealing the true nature of this device, it is as easy to read the time as any regular clock. Just look at the position of the black square, thats the hour. In the image below its at the 10 o’clock position.
Around the large blocks are slim lines, again the position of the black one replaces the minute hand. Below thats in the 5 minutes-past position. Then those small dots in the center add up to give exact minutes (5 mins + 4 mins) = 9
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