Archive for the ‘Design Submissions’ Category

Decimal Time Watch Design

October 1st, 2010

Design submitted by Xavier from Spain.

Xavier has found a way to control the watch in a new way, and rather than hiding the buttons, he exaggerated it to be more expressive and provide easy functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

Scaled Watch Design Concept

October 1st, 2010

Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

The idea for this watch came from the vernier scale used on calipers and micrometers, combined with the copy protection gadget for the old Amiga game Indiana Jones and Fate of Atlantis.

Time is told by three rings, the middle one a stationary reference ring with six marks lit by hidden red LEDs to match the wrist band color.  The inner ring tells the hours with similar marks lit by white LEDs, and the outer ring tells the minutes, also in white LEDs. Read the rest of this entry »

Vision90° – LED Watch Concept

September 30th, 2010
Vision90

Design submitted by Shaun from England.

The Vision90° is designed to sit on the side of your wrist which eliminates the problem of it slipping to the back of the wrist.  In this position, it is more readily visible especially while active (while typing, cycling, running, reading, or holding a drink).
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TOKYO Watch Design Concept

September 30th, 2010
Tokyo-Logan

Design submitted by Logan from the USA.

Here is Logan’s own interpretation of submitted concepts with Japanese themes. The watch says it all – the word Tokyo in Japanese Kanji characters split into 12 segments for hours, 5 segments for tens of minutes, and 9 segments for single minutes.

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Infinite Time Watch Design

September 30th, 2010

Design submitted by Jakub from Czech Republic.

Inspired by the symbol of infinity – the horizontal eight, time is read in three displayed stages.  Randomly lit sections of the watch face indicates first the hours, then 10-minute segments, and finally the minutes.  Press the left button and the inner symbol and date in digits lights up. Read the rest of this entry »

Gamer’s LED Watch Concept

September 29th, 2010

Design submitted by Lukasz from Poland.

At a glance, this watch looks more like a gaming gadget than a device to tell time. But it tells time alright. The violet LEDs indicate hours, 5-minute segment for the greens, and single minutes for the blue ones. The orange dot indicates AM or PM. It’s a very easy read with a twist of fun. Read the rest of this entry »

Gold Ring Watch Design

September 29th, 2010

Design submitted by Pasquale from Italy.

This watch design is as simple and straightforward as it appears. Pasquale came up with this concept from his wedding ring. It’s like a modern “Lord of the Rings” ring, not with text but with a watch on it! Read the rest of this entry »

Fusion LED Watch

September 29th, 2010

Design submitted by Samuel from Germany.

It’s all about duality with this LED watch design.  It consists of two watches, one for the hours and months and one for the minutes and days.  Press them together to illuminate and read the time, press again for the date. Read the rest of this entry »

Alternative Digital Display watch

September 28th, 2010

Design Submitted by Heather Sable from USA.

The idea came from thinking about a new way to display time as “digital”.  I designed “digits” that can be used to represent 1 through 12, or 0-9 as needed.  The new “digits” are based on analog number placement, which is familiar to many.
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Which Way? Unique LED watch design.

September 28th, 2010

Submitted by Heather from USA.

Since people are familiar with number placement on an analog clock, it is simple to work from there.

The design is called “Which Way?”  The arrows on the face accentuate this concept.  To read it, the main numbers we look for are 12, 3, 6, and 9.  The watch points which way from there the hours (big arrow) or minutes (small arrow) appear. i.e. up from the 3 hour position would be 2, or left from the 6 (30 min) position would be 7 (35 min). There are 4 triangles in the center that light up as single minutes.

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Orbe LED Watch Design – The Perfect Circle

September 28th, 2010

Design submitted by Víctor from Spain.

This design is inspired by the concept of unity. The circle, symbol of the sun, creates rhythm on the watch, it begins from the centre moving out to the edge, the multiplicity of the sun rays interpreted as hours, increase the shape of the watch. This makes relations between the one, symbolizing the perfection of the simplicity, and the eternity. Read the rest of this entry »

Squared LED Watch Design

September 28th, 2010

Design submitted by Maciej from Poland.

Maciej has put together a simple watch design with a fun way of reading the time.  His target is to surprise people when they realize how easy and obvious it is to read the time.

Time is shown in rectangular LEDs beneath a mirrored glass.  It has a total of 40 squares which light up creating a layout of numbers in digits.  It has a variation of colors that can be customized to fit your mood and style. Read the rest of this entry »

Moebius Ring Watch Design Concept

September 28th, 2010

Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Designed as a moebius ring, this watch design has two rings – the hour ring and the minute ring.  The hour ring is divided into two helix shapes, each with twelve sections.  The minute ring is divided into three shapes with ten sections each.

Screens light up when one button on the hinge is pressed.  Pressing both opens the watch.  Hours are in blue LEDs for 18:00-05:00, yellow for 06:00-17:00.  Minutes are shown in three groups of ten, yellow equals one minute, blue two minutes.  A ‘full’ group turns yellow. Read the rest of this entry »

Warp Watch Concept

September 28th, 2010

Design submitted by Logan from the USA.

Logan’s latest watch concept creates a sense of depth and motion in this warp-themed display making the watch come into life.

Count the lit rings for hour, add six if the dot is lit.  The outer two rings contain five and nine segments to indicate the tens and single minutes.  There is also a spectacular animation where the five and nine segments animate as a countdown, then the inner rings to show warp travel. Read the rest of this entry »

ixtrio watch concept

September 27th, 2010

Submitted by Augustin from Switzerland

The idea of the X shape comes from a traffic light’s sign (the red one) I was staring at this sign for long minutes, highly concentrated, to make it become green… my thinking slowly derivated far from the goal, but reached an unexpected idea…

The result of the 3 X and the other digits is nicely geometrical and lets many possibilities to display time, date, chrono and may be other functions. Despite a completely different way of displaying time than the classic hands, I think it is still easy to read. With training, it even must be quite quick to get it. Isn’t it the spirit of Tokyoflash ?

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