Posts Tagged ‘LED Watch’

24hr mode LED watch with crown motif

March 31st, 2014
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Design submitted by Matt from Canada.

Matt says: One day I saw a crown on a box. It was made of 21 slightly vertical lines and 5 unconnected dots.

I’ve choose to used the crown for the hours, with a 24H format. I’ve added 2 segments to it and I’ve replaced the unconnected dots by connected rectangles & used them as markers, at 1, 6, 12, 18 & 23.

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Relativity watch reacts to your activity level (updated)

March 28th, 2014
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Design submitted by Anders from Sweden & Peter from the UK.

Anders & Peter say: Time, they say, is constant … linear … consistent ~ well, everyone but theoretical physicists anyway. But the way we experience or perceive time can be anything but consistent.

When we are enjoying ourselves time is said to fly by, when we are bored time seems to slow down and drag.

“Relativity” is a watch concept that hopes to make this subjective perception of time visible.

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Borderline a cryptic form of analogue watch

March 25th, 2014
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Design submitted by Justin from the UK.

Justin says: I wanted to strip away as much as possible when it came to designing this watch. Hexagons seem popular, so I began with that. Then I gradually took it down to the minimum amount of LED’s whilst still retaining that ever so crucial “ease of use”.

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TacH1 revs its way onto your wrist!

March 21st, 2014
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Design submitted by Humberto from Bolivia.

Humberto says: I am a fan of vehicles, speed, adrenaline … then the idea came to me because I have not seen any place a modern, technological clock that looks like a part of a vehicle, so I decided to try an instrument that gives indication of speed x time.

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TokyoSky LED watch recreates Japans metropolis

March 18th, 2014
Tokyosky Skyline White

Design submitted by Lukas from Austria.

Lukas says: There is something magical about a big city skyline, something that makes you feel free… During the day you can see the ivory skyscrapers basking in the sun, reflecting its rays. At nightfall, when the lights and neons start shining, you can feel a chill breeze on your face. This is what Tokyosky is all about.

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Clasp-less “Ouroboros” futuristic LED watch

March 17th, 2014
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Design submitted by Justin from the UK.

Justin says: This design originally started off life as a concept called Diced. The idea came to me all of a sudden and i began doodling, the rest, is history. I wanted a simple yet effective watch face so i stuck with the good old tried and tested analogue format.

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Collider watch accelerates particles around your wrist!

March 13th, 2014
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: The inspiration for this watch is a particle collider. The basic idea is to have two different types of particles coming from the straps and colliding in the case and explode in a pattern that tells the time.

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KODIGY watch with easy digital mode plus a secret code mode.

March 12th, 2014
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Design submitted by Jose from Spain.

Jose says: This new concept displayed to the user the time according to your choice: Code -by default- a simple alien key :) based on the known sequence 12-5-9 or if you prefer with numbers.

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NEAT LED watch combines subtle time telling with animations.

March 7th, 2014
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Design submitted by Patrick from France.

Patrick says: The idea came looking for an elegant watch for both women and men, with a slightly cryptic reading like as my “Fuji-Watch“.

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Grid watch generates a triangular mesh of time.

March 6th, 2014
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Design submitted by Justin from the UK.

Justin says: As usual I doodle the numbers first, then simply mould the rest of the watch around them. I always set out with a specific technology in mind, E-paper, LCD, analogue…

This time I chose LED…I created…GRID!

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Motion LED watch with unique off-set strap

March 4th, 2014
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Design submitted by Jonathan from the USA.

Jonathan says: I imagined how time would flow through wrist watches of the future. How would the cycle of time be depicted visually with both the straps and the case?  I had the entire watch interact with all of its components in a balanced way that creates the illusion of motion.   (Motion of time)

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Octavius sci-fi wrist watch ideal for space travellers.

February 28th, 2014
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Design submitted by Justin from the UK.

Justin says: This design was to be the eighth in my collection so I thought it would be quite apt to start with an octagon. Why not?!

As usual I didn’t really start with a specific style in mind…these things just evolve as time goes on…needless to say it has evolved into my favorite design so far! Hope you like…Octavius.

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Timeline LED watch graphs the time with lines, blocks.

February 25th, 2014
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Design submitted by Sam from Germny.

Sam says: I had the feeling that I achieved something cool with my previous Timeline concepts, so I gave the basic concept another round. This version is the 3rd Reality.

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Lens Camera watch for photography enthusiasts

February 21st, 2014
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Design submitted by Syam from Indonesia.

Syam says: I don’t know.. am just looking for my camera, and boom..!!! What if my lens camera to become my watch??? It will be cool dude..

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Diode analogue watch creates torchlight time.

February 17th, 2014
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This design is inspired by the reflector and lens units found in torches/flash lights or LED lighting units. This shape has a modern and futuristic feel with an industrial purposeful look. I wanted to transmit this look into an analogue watch design.

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