Design submitted by Daniyar from Kyrgyzstan.
Daniyar says: At first, there was an idea to make something like planets, rotating around the sun. But then i decided to place “planets” at the same orbit. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
Laszlo says: This is the LED version of my previous “NIN LCD watch” concept.
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: The future of technology is Bio mechanic engineering which machine are grown using a combination of cybernetic fibres & genetic material to create living machines. The concept behind the following LCD / E-ink Display which I call: Genome.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: As the regular blog users will know Im a bit of a petrol head. This design was inspired by a recent high profile concept car, which had a really futuristic dashboard consisting of two linked round digital dials. This watch plays homage to this awesome looking display. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jose from Spain.
Jose says: I’ve always been the curiosity to ask me in formal and functional terms, would happen when I disassembling an analog watch to assemble it again but in a different way from the original, maintaining its features. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Moatasem from Egypt.
Moatasem says: As an Architect and a Design developer, the idea came from applying architectural principals to form a dynamic geometry that is both minimal and attractive. The flow of a basic module helps to create accurate spaces in buildings; that also applies to objects such as wrist watches. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Albert from the USA.
Albert says: I liked the concept of the 12-5-9 format, and I thought that it would be interesting to have 3 distinct ‘faces’ that could be read at a more acute angle, and not require much turning of the wrist. The format also lends itself to a more Sci-Fi like mystique, as well as providing an interesting profile. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Lloyd from the UK.
Lloyd says: “Infraction” is an LCD concept watch design which, as the name suggests, displays the time and date literally “in” what appear to be fractions. Don’t worry, though. Absolutely no maths is needed and telling the time is very easy. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by William from Norway.
William says: I have watched this movie called WANTED and this movie, there is a loom that uses an hidden binary code to reveal mysterious informations. Remembering this, I wondered how to use the pattern of a loom to tell the clock. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
This is a new approach to my first Timeline concept http://blog.tokyoflash.com/2012/06/timeline-crypted-watch-design/ and this time I liked to use LEDs. The basic idea is using just normal LEDs, a silk screen to blur the gaps between them and then a stencil layer with timey wimey lines on top.
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: This watch design is inspired by ray, and ray. Wondering to the sky, I see beautiful horizon changes color as the time passes. I initially have an idea of watch design based on ray (fish) and then I came up to blend the idea of ray fish and wonderful ray of light! Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Matt from Canada.
Matt says: As I was waking up, I saw a paper clip on a shelf at the side of my bed. I designed a watch that would cut 3 blocks arranged like paper clips in 12 and 4 segments and fill their center with indicators for the following options: pm, date, show alarm/alarm setup & alarm on. I also designed 2 variants with new arrangements for the minute and options indicators. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Rune from Norway.
Rune says: The idea struck me while I was designing a frame for a painting. The challenge was to make the design simple, but still interesting. And this watch design just got stuck. The challenge was to make it simple yet interesting. Read the rest of this entry »