Design submitted by David from UK.
After experimenting with 3D and optical illusions, David came up with this watch design which can either be viewed as pyramid or a tunnel. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Jerod from the USA.
Jerod wanted to create an LED watch that referred to the geometry of a classic analog dial, but with a twist. The goal was to create a unique, eye-catching watch, but keep a minimal, refined style which would not be too gaudy. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
“Positive/Negative. Light and Dark. Glass Half Empty or Glass Half Full?” The theme of Laszlo’s latest concept is clear when you look at the two adjacent screens on the interface of this design. The time display is not dissimilar to that of the Pimp range of watches from Tokyoflash Japan.
Design submitted by Jorge Zermeño from México
Jorge says “I was playing the videogame of “Portal”, then i had the vision for my watch design. I designed it casually, in black and white. The time is displayed in three zones; single minutes, 5 minutes, hours, as well as AM and PM. I feel this watch design would be great for all kinds of people, it is a beautiful and casual design that would fit with the fashion of many people.” “It is simple, but very striking and carries with it the essence of a game.” Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Kevin from the USA.
Kevin says that the idea for this concept came to him when he was thinking about the “tunnel” from a retro TV show called Time Machine. Quite a minimal design but with an interesting tunnel effect display with green LED lines moving in from the outside edges. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Stefano from Italy.
numbER is a digital watch design with a difference. The time can be read instantly and does not have to be calculated in any way. Stefano says “numbER is a simple way to read the time – in the best fashion way”, the point being, simple is best but can be displayed in an interesting format. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
This idea comes from the trinity of hours, minutes, and seconds. 24 hours and 60 minutes and seconds added together and divided by two makes 72; one fifth of 360. Hence, the 72 LEDs around the face. 12 red for hours, 30 yellow for minutes, and 30 blue for seconds. Read the rest of this entry »