Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
Anders says: “This idea is based on the concept of distribution. Each element of the watch is separate and communicates with the others wirelessly. The components are a ‘CPU’ placed at the wrist, a display on the back of the hand and a pair of buttons on the index finger.
The design is deliberately sporty, with the components of the watch held in place by slots in the glove-like armband, made from a breathable and washable material to ensure comfort and hygiene. The CPU shows an icon to indicate which function is currently active, and the display shows detailed information.
The design would appeal to people who like the sporty look. The wireless aspect aims the watch at those interested in new technology, the relatively tight-fitting armband makes it stable, and the layout of the components makes the watch easy to read while running, walking or driving, increasing its usability.
This sporty high-tech concept is comfortable and practical to wear in most situations; the buttons can be pressed by the thumb on the same hand. The armband can easily be made in many colours, and it’s also possible to turn each component around, making the watch wearable for left-handed people.”