Posts Tagged ‘easy watch’

Swatch Bot timepiece adds a splash of colour

April 24th, 2013
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Design submitted by Clarence-Junius from the USA.

Clarence-Junius says: As an artist I use the color wheel a lot which inspired me to use that as a theme for this design. The vivid hues of a color wheel would look great as a time piece.

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Ronu V2 e-paper watch (update)

April 23rd, 2013
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Design submitted by Ignacio from Spain.

Ignacio says: This is a redesign of my first idea published on tokyoflash blog, Ronu. I always loved my first idea, but in 2011 (the year I designed it), I had no idea of 3D, as you can see. It’s some ugly the design I did, isn’t?

That’s why I redesign it, trying to do the best I know to date, trying to refresh it, to upgrade it.

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Cassini analogue watch with 24hr mode.

April 22nd, 2013
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: I thought about splitting up the information of an analog display up into several ring segments. The result is the Cassini.

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Astrolabe watch helps navigate though the space–time continuum

April 19th, 2013
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Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: Scribbling away one day, I sketched a display with curving lines across it. It looked to me like some sort of scanner display as seen in countless SF films. A few more lines and I had a concept; Astrolabe. The always-on OLED display adds visual punch.

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Bonsai LCD watch grows time in miniature.

April 17th, 2013
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: I thought it would be kind of cool to use a bonsai tree for a watch display and this LCD concept watch design called “Bonsai” is the result.

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Split Second LCD watch bisects the display.

April 12th, 2013
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Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: My brother thought up the phrase “SPLIT SECOND”, and this concept was born.  I thought, maybe I can make a display that is mostly seconds, but split them in half so there is constant movement on a large portion of the display.  Then I made the hours and minutes smaller and squeezed them in between the top and bottom of the seconds.

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Cage LED watch serves time behind bars

April 11th, 2013
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Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: Sketching display layouts, I hit upon the idea of dividing an LED display by running wires above it. After refining the idea I had this; Cage. The display comprises 5 rows of 9 LED segments, telling time in the good old 12-5-9 format.

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GAMERZ watch for your arcade lifestyle

April 8th, 2013
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Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.

Firdaus says: GAMERZ watch design is inspired by gaming rigs; those gaming PC case, gaming notebook, gaming mouse & keyboard etc. It is a combination of LCD and LED time telling in a watch. On idle (LCD) mode, user can tell the time without pressing a button as the time is always on. This is very useful when on driving or during outdoor under direct sunlight. Indoor and during night time, the hybrid (LCD+LED) mode will make the watch more appealing to enjoy.

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Orion watch inspired by the cosmos.

April 5th, 2013
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Design submitted by Czarina from the USA.

Czarina says: I was actually in the middle of researching Kisai’s product line for a school project when I learned that some of the watches were made by fans. Inspired, I started coming up with my own space themed designs, until I finally decided that “Orion” best represented my personal style.

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“One Line II” watch curves towards infinity

April 3rd, 2013
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: I had once the idea of an analog-like watch that shows the time by a single line. One Line II is another approach to this idea.

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Revolution LED watch brings you up to speed.

April 2nd, 2013
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: A lot of watches have a bezel, some have it for practical reasons like for measuring a set period of time. Most however are just a styling element. The nice thing with most is that they often add a little detail and a tactile quality. I decided to use the bezel as the time telling feature of this design.

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Fashion bracelet with discreet watch function.

April 1st, 2013
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Design submitted by Clement from Singapore.

Clement says: I was thinking that watches nowadays are looking so sleek and machined. Not that this is bad, but somehow they just lack the human touch.

My design is based off a woven friendship bracelet.

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Circle LED watch inspired by ancient icons.

March 29th, 2013
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Design submitted by Dimitar & Nikolay from Bulgaria.

Dimitar & Nikolay say: I was interested lately in ancient civilisations and their architecture, science, calendars, graphic system. So I thought it would be nice to have a face watch that resembles of an ancient calendar or number system because they always have their own continuity and circles like some kind of a reminder that life never ends.

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Sector: A stylish variation of an analogue watch.

March 26th, 2013
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: The display of sector is inspired by the popular pie charts that are used to display statistical information in mass media. I think those charts don’t only have a scientific value but also an artistic one.

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ZAG watch zigs around your wrist.

March 21st, 2013
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Design submitted by Heather form the USA.

Heather says: ZAG was inspired by Firdaus’ V watch concept.  I started with a similar V, but turned it on its side, gave it an overlap, and decided that 4 separate digits in this format would look really cool on a bracelet style watch.

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