Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “Tron fever finally got me! The new movie just came out in Germany and I saw it right away.
Design submitted by Roderick from Malta.
Roderick says: “Due to my passion for simple and minimalist product design, I decided to simplify the stereotypical form of the analogue watch as much as possible while retaining its functionality and ease of use. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
Another Tron inspired watch, Laszlo here created a new and interesting design for the concept. Structure is feasible with an electro luminescent backlight which shows analog timing. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Adi from Israel.
Made of titanium, this concept watch design has one dial for seconds, one for minutes and another for hours. Adi says it’s for people who are looking for an extremely durable watch, possibly for extreme sports. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Brent from the USA.
Brent says: “I came up with the idea for this concept from looking at old jump-hour watches. I like the way they look and move and thought it would be interesting to design an e-ink take on a jump hour watch.
Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
The soul of an LCD is polarized light. The analog animation in this watch bears that soul.
Polarizer is a mixed digital-analog LCD watch with an electroluminescent backlight. The digital part is obvious: twelve LCD segments at the top count the hours, and two segmented digits are displayed at the bottom for the minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Mario from the USA.
Mario says: “I came up with this design observing different aspects of natural science, astronomy and time-telling. It started as an analog design but it is also a digital concept if you can imagine the graphics in a flash format with dynamic animation, colors and textures on an LCD wristwatch. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Stefano from Italy.
Another concept from Stefano that is both simple and fun. The strap and case are quite standard but the display is unusual and uses four a combination of colors to show the time. Hours are shown on the inner most ring by the yellow circle that overlaps the yellow and blue zones. Minutes are on the next ring out and are shown by the magenta circle that overlaps the pink and blue zones. Single minutes are shown on the outer most ring by the black circle. Read the rest of this entry »