Posts Tagged ‘dots’

X-shape watch uses dots & lines to conceal the digital time

May 30th, 2013
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Design submitted by Dimitar from Bulgaria.

Dimitar says: I have worked on a different shape watch with fresh youthful design and after different ideas I chose this one.

It’s a LCD watch with two different ways to display time. The upper half indicates hours and the lower indicates minutes.

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DOTRIX LCD watch: Cryptic, but intuitive.

March 6th, 2013
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: “Dotrix” is an LCD concept watch that displays the time and date with a code that uses unique patterns of dots to represent numbers.

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DotScreen watch; bold design, simple to use.

February 19th, 2013
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Design submitted by José from Spain.

José says: Once again, I would like to share with you this new concept of reading and displaying time. DOTSCREEN watch.

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Encryption LCD watch with morse code style display.

July 4th, 2012
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd Says: ”Encryption” is an LCD concept watch that displays the time and date in an enigmatic way using what appears to be Morse code.

Don’t worry you don’t need to know Morse code. If you just ignore the dots, you’ll see that the remaining dashes form 4 digits giving the time or date.

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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 »

Digital Density watch reveals stylish, abstract numbers

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

Say says: I was sketching for a stylish way to transform the classic 7-segment numbers. One day I thought about how these numbers would look, if seen through a perforated metal plate. Its holes would have a different visual density depending on how much lines meet underneath.
This is where the idea for Digital Density was born.

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