Posts Tagged ‘futuristic’

Salt LCD Watch Makes Time Cryptic & Easy

August 15th, 2013
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: “This is “Salt” a design that combines a couple of features from some of my previous designs, namely “Disc” and “Subway”.

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Tesserae – Digital Time Split

August 14th, 2013
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: “The idea for the TESSERAE watch concept came when looking at my previously submitted concepts. It is a mixture of my NEON IO and the MAZE.

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Edge Watch Stretches Digital Time

August 13th, 2013
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Design submitted by Pawel from Germany.

Pawel says: “For some time I was working on the idea of a digital watch display that looks like analog, exploring the possibility of placing digital numbers in the edge of an analog face. In this design I demonstrate the solution of combining frame bars with hour markers.

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LED Watch with User Actuation To Reveal Time

August 12th, 2013
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: “This is “Actuator”, an evolution of my “Hybrid” design. The original Hybrid concept was popular when it featured on the blog in March 2012, but proved to be too costly to make and technically difficult due to the heavy metallic disc. This version uses a similar time telling method but gets around the technical issues. Read the rest of this entry »

Raptor MKII Watch Design With Spaceship Form

August 12th, 2013
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: “This is “Raptor MkII”. People who are familiar with the original “Raptor” design will remember the racing car and spaceship like hints in the form. This version carries on that theme but in a more conventional layout and using a more regular screen/display to show the time.

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Arc Watch Designed For Futurists

August 9th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: “I was sketching for a simple iconic image as a watch face and came up these two arcs. I like the simplicity and the futuristic style of their look.

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Triaxial Watch Design Points Out The Time

July 26th, 2013
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: “This design was inspired by other fan designs on the blog. The designs in question use geometric shapes to point out the appropiate positions on an analogue style face. Read the rest of this entry »

(English) Rome watch re-designs the classical numerals.

July 18th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.

Andy says: I decided design something new based on roman digits stylish watch

In this concept is used  re-styling of Roman digits.

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(English) Stairs LED watch designed as fashion accessory.

July 16th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Patrick from France.

Patrick says: I wanted to make parallel bands like floors of a building.

The “Stairs-Watch” is rather a jewel watch as she plays with the reflections of the surrounding light, with a reading time very easy, yet cryptic at first.

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(English) Razor LED watch reflects iconic phone design

July 15th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: A few years ago before the advent of the modern smart phone, mobile phones were far more varied and styled. They weren’t dominated by a huge screen so had to be sleek and interesting in their own right. My favourite phone of this era was the Motorola Razr, it was a sleek thin clam shell style phone with two separate screens and a super sexy metallic key pad. The key pad looked uber futuristic (at the time) with its metallic finish, illuminated numbers and dividing lines and tactile feel. This is what inspired my “Razor” watch.

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(English) Orbit LED watch with unusual analog style

July 11th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Timur from Kyrgyzstan.

Timur says: I called this new watch design “Orbit” because when you look at it – you get the impression as planets going around the sun. In the very center of the dial-plate we can see the seconds which look like the sun.

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(English) Halftime seeks out digital patterns

July 9th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: I was analyzing the differences among the digits 0-9, and how some digits share common parts, or shapes. Each of the following groupings share the same bottom half: 0,6,8 – 3,5,9 – 1,4,7 – 2.

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(English) Phi-Ocular could be watching YOU.

June 27th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: I was trying to think of a really intuitive analogue style time telling method that could be easily made using an LCD display. I have played around on previous designs with rings that describe the hours (orbital decay) and others that use dots to highlight the analogue positions on a watch face (Tri-Ripple) so I decided to combine both of these elements.

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(English) Timewave bracelet flows round your wrist

June 18th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Laurin from Australia.

Laurin says: I had a dream of two waves merging to a centre point. Then I saw each wave flow back to it’s starting point.

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(English) RA analog watch with bright reflective foil

June 17th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: The RA is a distant relative of Cypher and CLB – also analog watch concepts. The basic idea this time was using simple things to create a complex looking sci-fi eye candy that’s actually easy to read.

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