(English) A new concept from the Tokyoflash Design Studio.
‘Shadow’ is the theme of this design. The shadows of the displayed numbers show time in easy digital format. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
This watch design tells the time like a standard analog watch, the difference is in how it does it. Everyone’s done the school physics experiment where you pour iron fillings on a paper with a magnet underneath. Anders says that that was the inspiration for this concept. A blank face sprinkled with steel particles. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
This watch design is based on Laszlo’s older design, LED Bars Concept Watch Design. The bracelet is made of semi-translucent plastic and the LEDs are visible only when active. Read the rest of this entry »
(English) Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says “The Skull and Crossbones on a black background, ‘Jolly Roger’ is instantly recognizable as the calling card of pirates throughout history. From Blackbeard and Henry Morgan, to Calico Jack Rackham and Captain Kidd, most all pirates would fly a variation of the Jolly Roger to strike fear in the hearts of their quarry.”
(English) Design submitted by Roman from Russia.
Roman has been thinking of watches with diodes until he came across flowing water. The idea began to develop in the direction of liquid embodiment and gradually came to the idea of chemical reaction. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: “Some friends asked me for an analog watch design with multiple functions, so this is an analog watch. Reading time is the same as analog watch dial, but instead of being circular, it is deployed in two lines, so the reading system is the same. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: “I wanted to create a ‘light performance’ with this wrist watch design. A set of focused light beams is shot onto the non glossy, dark surface to create an art performance that shows the time in hh/mm sequence. The wrist watch is controlled by sliding and gesturing the touch sensitive surface (see the animation in the video below). Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “Two ideas inspired me to come up with this watch design. The first came from thinking about Japan a lot these days. I have seen people wearing the white space with the red dot (the Japanese flag) in many variations. Be it a sticker or a button or a cap. I wanted to design a wrist watch that reminds me, that there is always a future for Japan. Other people have their own thoughts about it… My second idea was to make a simple and unusual analog watch design.
Design submitted by Calvin from the UK.
Calvin says: “I went crazy to try and come up with an idea for a wrist watch that everyone would love. So, I came up with a watch design that is for girls and boys. A Superman watch and a Superwoman watch!! Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
Jordan says: “The simplest eye, such as one found in micro-organisms, does nothing but detect whether the surroundings are light or dark. This eye, however, doesn’t even do that. I wanted an eye-like watch face that was both minimalistic, and visually appealing. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Boris from Russia.
Boris says: “I thought about an easy way to understand what time is it now and wanted to combine this with something like retro style. In this LED watch design, wooden plates indicate the hour, and lights inside open to indicate the minutes passed in the current hour. Colored dots and stripes refers to the time of day, so you can always tell whether it is day, night or evening. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.
Andy says: “My idea is based on a ribbon bracelet and the shape of women’s fashion jewelry. It also looks like 2 leaves from a tree. The design is in the shape of 2 independent electronic parts – 1 for hours telling and 2 for minutes telling. This design would be ideal for people who love original design, fashion, style and original ways of displaying time.” Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
Laszlo says: “Quarter is an analog version of my “Baransu” watch design. The inner dial is indicates the hours and the outer dial indicates the minutes. Just add up the numbers in the 12 hours position and calculate the time.”
Design submitted by Nemoto san from Japan.
Nemoto san says: “This watch design is a collection of simple shapes, a group of geometric blocks. To understand how to read the time, take a look at the image below. It’s not too dissimilar to an analog clock. It should be pretty straight forward once you get used to it.