Posts Tagged ‘industrial’

Quad-Warp : A twisted digital watch

July 1st, 2014
Quad-Warp 01

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: I was looking back at some of my older concepts, namely “Digicoil” and “Digital Warp“.

I have a real fondness for the digit style I used on those two concepts but neither design seemed to push the buttons of the blog voters for some reason. I noticed that the digit examples I used on “Digital Warp” for explanation purposes were actually quite nice in their own right. So I decided to give them one last outing “Quad-Warp” was born.

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Vector watch: Intuitive industrial styling.

May 20th, 2014
Vector 06

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This idea is a variation of a previous design called “supernova“. This version uses a LCD display framed by a castleated bezel that divides the face into hour zones. The centre of the display features mode indicators.

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Nitro watch revs up a bold design

July 15th, 2013
Nitro 03

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: As regular blog visitors will know I’m a bit of a petrol-head (gear-head) and like the industrial engineered look. This design takes its visual inspiration from RC car nitro engines. The time telling method is a variation of a previous design “Hybrid” hence the name “Hybrid – Nitro”

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Vent LED watch filters time industrially

July 13th, 2012
Vent - Preview Animation

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

I wanted to come up with a very simple LED watch that uses easily recognizable digital numbers for quick time reading while looking abstract and cryptic the majority of the time.

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IIE LED watch with futuristic industrial design.

May 5th, 2012
sam-jerichow-iie-00-preview

Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam Says: I was sketching for a simple way to deform the classic seven-segment-LED-digits and came up with the idea to just let the horizontal segments take a step aside. The result is a confusing bunch of lines. Read the rest of this entry »