Archive for the ‘腕時計’ Category

Flying Watch – LEDs in Orbit

October 4th, 2010

(English) Design submitted by Patrick from France.

The innovation in this concept LED watch is the “Free Push” which enables the LEDs to illuminate with the push of a finger or other body part without using the other hand, with a”beep” sound when pressed on the half-sphere center (see figure below). “If you have one hand occupied, you can turn the clock on against the cheek or on the hip!” Read the rest of this entry »

Water Ripple LED Watch Design

October 4th, 2010

(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

A concept watch design inspired by the shape of the wrist and the movement of flowing water. The connection to water is also carried over to the animated graphics showing the time, echoing rings spreading across liquid. The buttons are hidden to maintain a clean, watertight exterior. Read the rest of this entry »

Future Bling Watch Design

October 4th, 2010

(English) Design submitted by Logan from the USA.

Pink acrylic cut like gemstones rises from a slender silver frame.  Behind each gemstone is a violet LED.  The large gemstones in the center light up to show a digit 1-9 (all off for 0), the singles minutes.  The position of the lit gemstone at the top and bottom shows the tens of minutes 1-5 (all off for 0).  The position of the lit gemstone on the left and right shows the hours 1-12.  The way the small gemstones align with the big ones in the center makes it easy to read their position. Read the rest of this entry »

Strap Watch Design Concept

October 4th, 2010

(English) Design submitted by Bharat from India.

The basic idea behind this design is to build a watch within a strap. The three different displays adds up to the uniqueness of this watch design. Time is divided into three sections, one for hours, one with units of 10 minutes each, and the last one with single minutes (1-9 minutes). Read the rest of this entry »

High-performance Chrono Watch Design

October 4th, 2010

(English) Design submitted by Arnaud from France.

Arnaud came up with this design from his own desire to possess a watch which remains classical in terms of functions, but has a unique blend of geometric form.  The design perfectly blends high performance and contemporary aesthetics. It is a chronograph watch with tachymeter. Apart from the case design, the functions remain traditional. Read the rest of this entry »

Cross-eyed Illusion Watch Concept

October 1st, 2010

(English) Design submitted by Mark from the Netherlands.

A watch concept that shows time in cross-eyed illusion. To read the time, you must be capable of watching autostereograms, and if you can, then you have a big advantage over your friends who can’t. Read the rest of this entry »

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

(English) 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

(English) 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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