February 22nd, 2010
The skeletal frame of this concept creates a completely unique appearance. In the spaces either side of the face, where the frame is split, the operation buttons and USB charging port are located.
Bright blue LED segments make up the interface which displays the time; hours in the outer ring and groups of five minutes in the inner most ring, in the same position as numbers on a clock face. Single minutes 1-4 are located in between.
The screen is covered with mineral crystal glass and the stainless steel strap is narrow to fit in with the theme. Read the rest of this entry »
February 19th, 2010
The positions of numbers and lines on the face of this concept creates a pattern much like a constellation of stars. Red LEDs light up to display the time, which can be read easily due to the numbers within the lenses.
Simply connect the dots to read the time; e.g. 4+50+3 = 4:53. The display is presented in a simple round case and as an added touch, each lens is convex and raised above the surface of the face. Read the rest of this entry »
February 18th, 2010
A twin-screen design with blue digital tube LEDs beneath smoked black lenses in a stainless steel case. The wide face displays hours and minutes in two separate windows.
Hour and five minute blocks are located in the same positions as numbers on a clock face so the time can be read easily. The operation button and charging port at the sides of the case add to the robotic character appearance. Read the rest of this entry »
February 17th, 2010
It appears like layers of metal make up the case of this concept watch design. The various faces of metal run in different directions and at different angles creating a robotic look.
Bright blue LEDs display the time, the shaped segments running in line with angles of the case. Hours run in a clockwise direction on the left of the interface. Groups of five minutes run in a clockwise direction on the right, in the same position as numbers on a clock face. Four single minutes are positioned in the center. Read the rest of this entry »
February 16th, 2010
A stainless steel design with a split interface that displays the time with LCD but has an LED backlight so that the time can always be read but can be illuminated with LEDs.
Hours are shown by dots and increments of five minutes are shown with circles in the lower screen. These correspond to the position of numbers on a clock face. Four single minutes are displayed in the upper screen.
The groove around the edge of the case is a nice touch and the buttons on the side of the case achieve a fit with shapes from the display and lower screen. Read the rest of this entry »
February 15th, 2010
The artistic display on this concept features a formation of unique shapes which show the time.
The black stainless steel case has modern lines and the links in the strap have bevelled edges creating a strong robotic look.
The time can be read simply; hours in red, groups of five minutes in orange and single minutes 1-4 in green. The smoked convex lens that covers the LEDs means that when the time isn’t displayed the screen will be black. Read the rest of this entry »
February 15th, 2010
An LCD interface with blue LED backlighting means that this concept design has an “always on” display which can be illuminated with light at the touch of a button.
The time display is made up of lines and blocks. Hours and five minute lines move in a clockwise direction making reading the time simple and four small blocks show single minutes 1-4.
The lens is slightly raised above the curved stainless steel case and the shapes of the links in the strap achieve a fit with the overall case shape. This design is USB rechargeable. Read the rest of this entry »
February 12th, 2010
The case shape is what really makes this concept stand out. Three colored LEDs set beneath round lenses are used to display the time; hours in blue, five minute increments in purple and single minutes in pink. Time reading is made simple by the fact that the lights are at the same points as numbers on a clock face.
This design certainly has a pop disco feel thanks to its bright colors and the matching stainless steel bracelet style strap with a continuation of dots. A unisex look that would be suitable for all. Read the rest of this entry »
February 11th, 2010
Reminiscent of a video game of years ago, this smart concept uses different colored pipes to display the time in a new way. The case shape is simple and features a raised area around the face. The wrist band blends in with the overall design.
Hours are displayed in red, like numbers on a clock. Five minute groups in orange are read in the same way and four single minutes in yellow are positioned in between.
The display looks mysterious when the lights are out and when the time is displayed, the light will diffuse through each shape on the lens. This design is USB rechargeable which means ultimate brightness and longer battery life. Read the rest of this entry »
February 10th, 2010
The organically shaped case blends perfectly into the strap of this design to create a single motion concept.
Shades of blue and green make up the display, each of the segments indicating a unit of time. Hours on the left, groups of 10 minutes on the right and single minutes in the center.
The line pattern that makes up the interface runs in the same direction as the strap. A natural look with an unusual display. Read the rest of this entry »
February 9th, 2010
The lens that covers the interface of this concept wraps around the sides giving the appearance of a futuristic vehicle.
The bright, polished case has a strong, modern appearance and the time display is set deep beneath the lens.
The cryptic timing is shown in geometrical orange bars; hours on the left, five minute intervals 5-55 and single minutes 1-4 on the right. Read the rest of this entry »
February 8th, 2010
Extremely simple to read, this concept splits hours and minutes between the upper and lower screens basically in the same positions as numbers on two clock faces. Four single minutes are displayed in the center of the lower screen.
With contemporary styling in a stainless steel case with matching wrist band, the display has the appearance of a measuring device or radar.
The slightly recessed smoked lens is completely black and adds a sense of mystery when no LEDs are illuminated. Read the rest of this entry »
February 8th, 2010
This will take you back to high school chemistry class. Five purple molecules, five blue molecules and ten orange molecules create the time display on this concept. Time reading is simplified by color coded LEDs.
Each molecule appears to be trapped beneath the acrylic lens, the surface of which is raised and runs over the edges of the case to emphasize depth.
The curved stainless steel case blends into the strap and achieves a good fit with the display. This design has the added benefit of a USB rechargeable system to ensure battery longevity and maximum brightness. Read the rest of this entry »
February 5th, 2010
A great look for DJ’s and ideal for time telling in the dark, this concept has the appearance of a turntable with its black face raised at different levels.
The absence of a dial or numbers on the round face create a mysterious look, but the time can be read easily; rings of light at the edge of the face indicate hours in blue and five minute intervals in green, in exactly the same positions as on a clock face. Four red LED’s at the top show minutes 1-4. The time display is activated by touching the sensor in the center of the face. Thanks to James F. for submitting idea.
Kisai RPM is now available to buy here.
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February 5th, 2010
Attractive curved glass with offset sides gives this concept its unusual appearance. The stainless steel case is combined with a leather wrist band to provide a comfortable feel and contrasting look.
The interface has three different LED colors. Blue to indicate hours on the right, red to indicate the progression of minutes in groups of 5 on the left and green blocks on the right to indicate minutes 1-4.
A strong look with a video-game style display makes this concept stand out. Read the rest of this entry »