Archive for the ‘Design Submissions’ Category

Smiley, Heart, Sun, Moon Watch Design

March 2nd, 2011
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Design submitted by Ranjan from India.

Ranjan says: “The inspiration for this watch design came from chat symbols such as the smiley, falling hearts, showering stars, rising sun, moon light. Using these symbols, I have designed a watch. Read the rest of this entry »

Galo LED Watch Design

March 1st, 2011
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Design submitted by Galvano from Brasil.

Galvano says: “The idea for this watch design appeared after I bought some Tokyoflash watches and studied the different ways to see the time. This changed my way of thinking about watches and opened a world of possibilities, systems, design. Read the rest of this entry »

Duality LCD Analog Watch Design

March 1st, 2011
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: “This is an adaptation of the idea I had for my San Sen watch. This time, I use an imaginary center line to divide the watch into two parts: One always black, the other one whatever is possible. I planned to let “the other side” be also transparent even. So all the necessary technology needs to be hidden in the black part. Read the rest of this entry »

Pimpin’ It Global LED Watch Design

February 28th, 2011
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Design submitted by Cory from the USA.

Cory says: “The ‘Pimp’ series from Tokyoflash Japan is really interesting, and I wanted to try and expand on some of the previous watch designs and add my own touch of flair. Time zones on a flattened global map look really cool, and incorporating that into an LED watch seemed like a logical step, and a fun one! Read the rest of this entry »

Petan – Bracelet Style Watch Design

February 28th, 2011
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Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

A bracelet style wrist watch design, the whole case and strap of which are covered with squares. The LEDs are placed in accordance with the allocation of the square. The upper 12 LEDs indicate the hours, in the middle: 11 LEDs indicate of 5-55 minutes. The lower 4 LEDs indicate 1-1 minutes. Read the rest of this entry »

San Sen Three Lines Watch Design

February 25th, 2011
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: “The insipration for this watch came while sketching. I like the idea of the wrist surrounding line which changes in the case region of the watch to show the time. This time I wanted an uninterrupted line and an analog watch reading. Read the rest of this entry »

Runway: Watch Design Coming In To Land

February 25th, 2011
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Design submitted by Sandra from Estonia.

Sandra says: “I got my inspiration from airport runway lights. There’s something fascinating and cool about them. Read the rest of this entry »

Short Circuit Watch Design

February 24th, 2011
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Design submitted by Genghis from France.

Genghis says: “This is a new version of my previous design called “Electronic LED watch”. I came up with this idea while looking at printed circuit board patterns. My aim for this design was indeed to make microprocessor look with a minimalistic case design. Read the rest of this entry »

It’s a Blue Watch Design

February 24th, 2011
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Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: “BLUE” could be a watch designed using LCD or LEDs. With high polished stainless steel case and strap, this concept displays the time like my older (Baransu) watch design. 5 LEDs in the first row show 5×2 hours, in the second row the 1 LED is 1 hour. 5 LEDS in the third row indicates 5×10 minutes, in the fourth row the LED is 5 minutes and in the fifth row the 4 LEDs is 4×1 minute. Read the rest of this entry »

Uzumaki Spiralling Concept Watch Design

February 23rd, 2011
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Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.

Firdaus says: “Unleash your inner circle. Don’t miss any time, even a second. Why press the button to see the time? Uzumaki – a spiral themed watch design is a unique, conventional analog watch that balances the importance of time keeping and fashion. Read the rest of this entry »

Cryptic Numerals Watch Design

February 23rd, 2011
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Design submitted by Sandra from Estonia.

Sandra says: “The shapes of the numbers inspired me, so I started to combine them and ended up creating something that looks quite cryptic. It looks messy at first, but its actually very logical. Read the rest of this entry »

Squares – A Light Sensitive LCD Watch Design

February 22nd, 2011
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Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

An LCD watch design in two color variations; silver and black, both with an integrated which initiates a light sensor for the automatic backlight. Read the rest of this entry »

FOXI Concept E-Paper Watch Design

February 22nd, 2011
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Design submitted by Sunci from Hungary.

Sunci says: “I simply had a dream about FOXI in which I saw every detail sharp and clear from the time-telling to the strap’s pattern, even the colours. The e-ink idea followed quickly, I wanted to create a watch that doesn’t require button pushing to check the time, but shows it constantly.

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Drogna – The Adventure Game Inspired Watch Design

February 16th, 2011
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Design submitted by Paul from the UK.

Paul says: “I came up with the idea for this watch design after talking to a friend, who had suggested a hexagon design. I wanted something using a similar shape and decided on a pentagon for the hours. It reminded me of an old childrens program called The Adventure Game. The money was hexagons and pentagons.

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A Sun Dial For The Digital Age

February 15th, 2011
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Design submitted by Cory from the USA.

Cory says: “I thought about time as it’s been viewed for centuries: Sun Dials, how could one bring that concept into the digital age?

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