Posts Tagged ‘LCD Watch’

(English) CK12 ‘cold-war’ LCD watch

July 3rd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

I was reading about the Swedish cold war fighter-bomber JA37 Viggen, in partiular its computer system; the Centralkalkylator 37 (or CK37). It used ferrite core memory, the principle of which I found very cool. I’ve wanted to incorporate it into a watch concept for a while, and here it is.

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(English) Neon watch takes us to an Alien future.

July 2nd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

I always liked neon tube displays in sci-fi movies. Back then, when CGI wasn’t used for every little thing. I liked the fact, someone actually built alien symbols of neon tubes, that really work! I was sketching for minimalistic, square based numbers that make a cool neon tube display.

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Simple LCD Watch Concept

June 26th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

The time reading is very easy on this one hand watch.  Similar to an analogue watch, the twelve big segments in the middle of the screen indicate the hour, smaller sixy segments indicate minutes, and the last segment shows seconds.

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Tripod – Pods That Display Time

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

Peter says: I have allways been interested in sci-fi films and wanted to design an unusual alien looking watch. I didn’t have a specific image in mind but the watch evolved into something that resembles a cross between the “Tripods” of “the war of the world” films, the little spacecraft/aliens from “batteries not included” and a mechanised turret. Read the rest of this entry »

The Turbine V3 LCD Touch Screen Watch Concept

June 22nd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Firdaus (Malaysia) & Peter (UK).

Peter and Firdaus team up to design another version of Turbine inspired watches. The Turbine V3 is an always on LCD watch design with touch screen function. The design element was inspired by the turboprop of aircraft with sharper blade-look. Read the rest of this entry »

Phi-Inspired LCD Watch

June 21st, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Heather (USA) & Sam (Germany).

At least since the 20th century, many artists and architects have proportioned their works to approximate the golden ratio (phi φ) — especially in the form of the golden rectangle — believing this proportion to be aesthetically pleasing. While the Golden Ratio is often used in arts and design, the Fibonacci Spiral is a pattern that can be found in nature. Read the rest of this entry »

Time in Triangles

June 19th, 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. Read the rest of this entry »

Spots of Time in LCD Display

June 15th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

This watch design only has spots of dots to tell time.  Playful looking watch that comes in different LCD colors. Read the rest of this entry »

HIVE LCD Watch Design

June 8th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.

This LCD watch design concept is based on the interlocking hexagonal cells inside a honey bee’s hive.  The time display is split into several time sections and divisions.

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Spotcheck Displays Time in Question Marks

June 7th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

“Spotcheck” is a fun and perplexing LCD watch design that displays the time and date via a bewildering and seemingly chaotic array of question marks.

Don’t worry though. Reading the time or date is easy. Just concentrate on the spots in the display and 4 digits magically appear. There’s also a “quick reveal” option so that you can just display the spots. Read the rest of this entry »

Bouncing Dots LCD / LED Watch

June 6th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

This watch design has an LCD and LED version with bouncing dots effect.

It is fitted with an acceleration sensor which activates and displays the time for 5 seconds with a sudden wrist movement. Read the rest of this entry »

(English) Titanium watch uses circular digits.

June 1st, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Timur from Кyrgyzstan.

Timur says: Titanium watches designed in style futuristic modernity. Information display clock showing precise time, decorated with beautiful characters. At first sight the characters are seem odd, difficult to understand what time is it. However, after careful consideration it is becoming clear, that these characters are the numbers that display hours and minutes.   Read the rest of this entry »

(English) Tri-Ripple LCD watch with concentric rings.

May 31st, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “Tri-ripple” a 12-5-9 format based watch. I wanted to come up with a simple 12-5-9 format watch that had a alien/spacey feel.

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(English) Ancient Mayan numerals in LCD watch.

May 30th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Matt from Canada.

Matt says: By using the Mayan numeral system, for another project, I had the idea to integrate it into something I use daily.

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(English) Tunnel LCD watch has retro graphics appeal.

May 29th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: This watch keeps its LCD screen always on and uses a zoom effect on the digits to make you feel like traveling in a tunnel. The time is shown in four phases and the centrally located small squares help to distinguish the phases. Top left: first digit of the hours, top right: second digit of the hours, bottom left: first digit of minutes, bottom right: second digit of the minutes.

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