Posts Tagged ‘E-Paper’

(English) L|NK e-paper watch brings a touch of smart.

September 6th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: There are two trends that inspired me to make the concept for L|NK. Tokyoflash once commented this on one of my designs and pointed towards an exciting future: “…it would work well in e-paper. There is a monochrome variety (e.g.: black/red, black/blue, black/pink) which we are working hard to develop into watches. It can’t come soon enough as far as we are concerned as it will really open up possibilities.” Watches that are connected to your phone or computer, are becoming more and more popular so I gave another smartwatch a chance.

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(English) Geometrik LCD watch is both artistic and cryptic.

August 6th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: ”Geometrik” is an LCD concept watch that displays the time and date in a cryptic and artistic way.

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(English) Smart connection watch: A feature-rich sci-fi device.

August 3rd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Gabriel from France.

Gabriel says: I was thinking for a while about a concept watch which would let me be connected to my smartphone with a Tokyoflash sci-fi touch and I came with this concept simply called “Smart connection”.

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(English) Subway LCD watch maps the route for reading the time.

August 1st, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “Subway”. I had an idea of a always on LCD display that showed continuously changing apparently random numbers. Some of the numbers tell the time but without knowing the order are completely meaningless.

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(English) Trinity E-paper watch for fashion & function

July 31st, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Yoshi from Japan.

Yoshi says: This is my e-paper watch design called “Trinity”. I chose e-paper for this design because I wanted to create something you can wrap around your wrist with a bold design.

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(English) Keysay watch design inspired by keyboard symbols.

July 27th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Jose from Spain.

Jose says: I could say that this idea came to me after exciting reading about the machine “Enigma”, developed by the Germans to encrypt their messages during II World War, or has been the result of using a metalanguage as Leetspeak, or such once a strange code suggested by a science fiction movie, but none of this would be true. The truth, is that the idea came accidentally to stay absorbed looking at the mini keyboard of my Macbook; suddenly, there it was, the first line of keys, and above each number a symbol, and thus the ¡1 to 0!.

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(English) Ebi e-paper watch minimal and stylish

July 23rd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Devindh from the UK.

Devindh says: I called this design ‘Ebi’ because the eventual design reminded me of a lobster. The idea stemmed from my exploration of e-paper. I wanted to incorporate laser cut pieces of e-paper into a design, as this display technology lends itself to custom shapes.

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(English) Time Counter watch with shifting dials.

July 17th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Baktiyar from Kyrgyzstan.

Baktiyar says: I decided to come up with a design hours, wanted to show how quickly time flies and how it is priceless,i would like what would people remember about it. After a few sketches here are now turned the clock.

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(English) Neon io LED watch wraps digits around themselves.

July 10th, 2012
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(English) Roman numerals watch with bold graphical style.

July 10th, 2012
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Origami – Time in E-Paper

June 14th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Peter (UK) & Sam (Germany).

Peter and Sam says: For this concept, we both had a rough image in mind, how an Origami watch could look like. We combined our ideas and the result is a snap-on bracelet e-paper watch. Read the rest of this entry »

(English) SuujiMaru Watch transforms numbers into alien symbols.

May 25th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: This concept began experimentally with sketching for hexagon based numbers. After a while, the numbers developed into these round ones, that consist of six circle segments and a center dot. I played with the number layout and soon everything reminded me of some sci-fi technology.
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(English) Division LCD Watch tells time in segments.

May 25th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: I have noticed a trend with the latest releases of new watches that TF prefer designs that are simple/feasible and predominately LCD.

So I decided to create a watch which fitted this criteria. I had two designs in mind, one was a four dialled lcd analogue design that shared the same time telling method a “hunter time killer” and a new time telling method which involves lines dissecting a shape to create numbers of segments. I decided to merge these designs to create a very simple time telling method that would be very easy to implement. Division was born. Read the rest of this entry »

(English) Triangulation watch inspired by 80s video game.

May 24th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Dietrich from Australia.

Dietrich says : This idea was inspired by my inaccurate memory of a 1980s video game called Qix, and also by sun-dials. I originally had two watch ideas – one for the outer triangles and for an inner triangle, so I merged the two.

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(English) Tilt watch uses light, shadows to tell time.

May 16th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Ron from The Netherlands.

Ron says: I was playing around withe the iPad tilt function and wondered if I could make it work into a watch.

The watch should be sleek, sophisticated and simple. You see a lot of tiny cubes. By changing the tilt of the watch you change direction the light shines on the cubes. The numbers also consists of the same cubes but they stay the same so you can see them by changing the rest of the cubes by tilting the watch. Sounds hard but it is simple.

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