Design submitted by Jens from Sweden.
Jens says: The concept is called Leftovers since the presentation of time (or date) is based on what’s left when you remove the figures.
Design submitted by Pawel from Germany. Pawel says: Years ago a watch with full color matrix display was considered futuristic, now it is state-of-the-art. However, transparent displays are uncommon and still appear futuristic to us. An idea of a transparent watch is fascinating to me. This is a design of a futuristic watch showing time in midair which is possible to make with contemporary technology. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Henry from the USA.
Henry says: I wanted something unique than a traditional round or square watch. Watching some sci-fi movies I liked the idea of a stretch/oblong face. Afterwards I tried to make it simple to read and design while having a futuristic look and have the face able to flip for right wrist wearing.
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: Karaoke a speaking watch that features a LCD or E-ink display screen. This design inspired by the Speaking Clock telephone service which anyone can call on the telephone & find out the correct time: United Kingdom. This watch come preloaded with the official language of your country of origin further languages & guest voice can be uploaded from the Tokyo Flash Website via a USB port/ cable.
Design submitted by Yatin from India.
Yatin says: Basically, I am a tattoo artist and designing is my passion one fine morning one of my friend Hemant came to me with this design challenge and we both sat together and studied the the designed by various artist and decided to create watch representing the culture of different countries their traditional designs.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is “Tri-Hub” and “Tri-Hub Hybrid”.
I had the idea for the original analogue Tri-Hub a while back, the basic premise being the time would be displayed via three cylinders mounted on a centre “Hub”.
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: Dated back in 2011, I designed this watch but hesitated to submit it to the TFJDS blog. I was afraid it might look quite similar to Uzumaki concept design. Recently during digging some old files in my computer, I stumbled upon this design and thought to give it a chance and submit it this time considering it doesn’t actually look similar to realized version of Uzumaki.
Design submitted by Kolora from Russia.
Kolora says: Looking at photos of the star sky we reflected that here doesn’t suffice? This idea so instantly was born. And why not to make our planet? A subject very interesting reflecting Earth breath.
Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.
Gordon says: My friend told me I should make a large format watch so I did. Time telling is pretty obvious, I think people with pinky rings and those who want pinky rings will wear this watch.
This design is unique because it doesnt try to be different.
Design submitted by Erik from Colombia.
Erik says: I was trying to keep the clock as simple as possible,so i started designing a segmented clock, first displaying numbers and then using shapes till i came up with this concept.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is ‘Drone’. I wanted to come up with a new watch using elements of Turbine, I thought what could be better than one Turbine?………..four Turbines was my answer.
Design submitted by Heather (USA) & Laszlo (Hungary)
Heather & Laszlo say: Most, if not all, ladies’ fashion watches on the market right now are analog. The digital watches available are generally sporty and made of plastic or rubber with boring monochrome displays. Ladies’ watches have seldom been tackled on the Tokyoflash blog, so we decided to create a digital LCD ladies’ fashion watch.
Design submitted by Eivind from Norway.
Eivind says: I got my inspiration from classic science fiction, like 2001: A Space Odyssey and games like Mass effect and Deus EX. I liked the minimalistic design of the equipment and different tools. The style is simple, but it stands out. I also got inspiration from the popular products on the market today, like an iPhone or a pair of beats by Dr.Dre headphones.