Laszlo says: The screen is divided into three sections, each containing two columns of signs. The first section displays hours, the second minutes, and the final section tells the seconds. The first column in each section represents the first digit (10’s place) and the second column displays the second digit (or 1’s place). Each column is composed of 2-4 signs, each representing a power of two.
Fabio Says: Minimalistic dial, based on radars. No buttons. Three concentric rings, each representing conventional clock hands. No buttons (the watch has to be minimalistic). The central ring represents the second hand and its movement attracts attention.
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. Continue reading →