Posts Tagged ‘12-5-9’

Gaps LCD watch opens digital doors.

September 25th, 2012
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Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: GAPS (silver and ip black version) is a 12-5-9 always on LCD watch. The display background has a special illumination paint coating that is capable of providing continuous light output for 20 years. This significantly increases the battery life.

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RBG Circular 12-5-9 LCD watch

August 10th, 2012
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: I like the idea of a circular 12-5-9 watch because it looks cryptic and familiar at the same time. Inspired by the possibilities of colored LCD (Kisai 3D Unlimited), I made this colorful RBG LCD concept. Read the rest of this entry »

Trylon LED watch inspired by sci-fi movies.

July 19th, 2012
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “Trylon” a 12-5-9 format LED watch.

I had an idea to design a watch based on the image of the “flux capacitor” from the time traveling Delorean from the “back to the future” movies. In the development stage I had more of a Cylon image in my head and ended up with something between a Cylon and the robot spaceships from the first star-wars films which had a “Y” shape face. The name “Trylon” came from the combination of the “Y” shape face and Cylon like lights.

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LED Evolution is the next step of time telling…

June 26th, 2012
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: First there has been the sun dial. That has been mechanized and so it became independent from the sun. Then only the relevant numbers have been taken and time telling became digital. Later, these numbers have been represented by shapes and colors and so time telling became artistic. It’s time for another step, a watch that fuses all information into a compact display. Read the rest of this entry »

Tri-Ripple LCD watch with concentric rings.

May 31st, 2012
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “Tri-ripple” a 12-5-9 format based watch. I wanted to come up with a simple 12-5-9 format watch that had a alien/spacey feel.

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“Watch me” merges digits & blocks

May 29th, 2012
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Design submitted by Leonard from Malaysia.

Leonard says: Recently I study about emoticons of digital display. It remains me of tamagotchi, a digital pet in 90′s. When i look at how the tamagotchi’s pet face expression, it give me an idea on designing this watches – Watchme.

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“Itheann” LED watch is very futuristic.

May 23rd, 2012
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: There is this quote: “Time is a predator that stalks us all of our lives.” It made me think if that’s true. Actually with all the things we do, time is running away, getting eaten up by activity. Not we are the prey, time is. I made this concept of a watch, that looks like biting time. Read the rest of this entry »

TIKR LED watch animates your wrist.

March 16th, 2012
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: Having LEDs all around the wrist is a big dream. It’s cool and makes you wanna show off! TIKR is one way to do it.

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Dots.v3 LCD watch, tell the time via stylish icons.

March 15th, 2012
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Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: LCD watch concept with 12-5-9 reading system. Twelve large dots indicates the hours in similar way like the analog watches. In the middle of the screen five circles indicates the ten minutes and nine little dots the single minutes. Read the rest of this entry »

Arciform LCD watch uses classic 12-5-9 method.

December 1st, 2011
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Design submitted by Cory from the USA.

Cory says: Circles are typical aspects of most timepieces. Using ovals seems more chic. I wanted to create a mirrored LCD watch with an angular case, and very futuristic, organic arc as its read out. Read the rest of this entry »