Igor says: I was searching for clean and simple design with relatively easy time-telling. Using LCD technology, I’ve come up with new arabic number design, using only parts of them. This type of watch is like symbiosis between today everyday models and future models.
Peter says: I really have a fondness for LED watches and the sense of depth and mystery the displays can give you. LCD or TFT rely on the graphics or shapes of the blocks to create a feeling of depth. The trouble with deep looking displays is they tend to make for a deep watch which isn’t always appealing to all.
Andrew says: Ophidian: Despite to what scientist believes dinosaurs did not all die off millions of years ago during an asteroid. Some the evolved in Humanoid creatures some fled the earth in star ships to establishing a new home world but to others remained on earth & now disguise themselves.
Sam says: The inspiration for ZIPR came a long time ago when I was working on a hexagon binary watch concept that used transparent plastic blades to guide LED light. I thought about segmentation and interlocking back then but I forgot about the idea until recently.
Wilhelm says: The ONE-6: Counting LED lights on a binary watch is nothing new, but sometimes it is very difficult to read the time, so I came up with a similar idea, but with an easier way to remember the value of each LED by only using the numbers 1 to 4.