Posts Tagged ‘puzzle watch’

(English) Skyline LED watch impossibly tunnels through your wrist (update)

April 15th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: I was on the tram about six months ago when I caught sight of a concrete buttress of some sort, which was shaped like a number of intersecting blocks. It was an interesting shape that I thought might make an interesting watch face, so I sketched out a few ideas. None of them worked, however, but I kept coming back to it.

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(English) Quarterback watch simulates the gridiron

April 10th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary & William from Norway.

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(English) Grid watch generates a triangular mesh of time.

March 6th, 2014
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(English) 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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(English) Sandwatch is never the same twice.

February 12th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Chingiz from Kyrgyzstan.

Chingiz says: I sat by the river and thought why modern watches don’t tell the true time. Because all known classic and digital watches repeat everyday. But we consume our lives/time/ like water, fuel or cigarettes and we must see it being exhausted constantly.

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(English) Oscilloscope watch tells time with waves.

February 3rd, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Rodrigo from Portugal.

Rodrigo says: Im a Electronic Engineer,and i came up with this idea after using an digital oscilloscope.

You can tell the time by tracking the evolution of the wave signals and combining the 3 waves you can tell the time.

The people I see using my design, are all those who love sci-fi and technology.

It is easy to see the time, and its simplicity will pull the imagination of each of us.

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(English) Coordination watch plots your position in time.

January 30th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Tom from Norway.

Tom says: I am currently at the second year of a Bachelordegree in Mediadesign. This idea came to me during a schoolproject in a class named “Informationdesign”, where we had to choose amongst different kind of topics in a mandatory exercise (we had to pass in order to get to take the exams). I chose one where we was supposed to make a new watchdial to tell time. I passed, but since the design had no other purpose that to show my teacher I thought it would be great to enter this contest with it.

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(English) Digitalis LCD watch for the cryptographer

November 6th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: “Digitalis” is an LCD concept watch design with 2 very different cryptic modes that display the time and date in a way that is both enigmatic yet easy to understand.

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(English) Quattro binary style watch tracks the moon phases.

October 15th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.

Wilhelm says: Quattro 2.0 – This is a revamp of my first Quattro design on which the One-6 concept was based. The idea started as a new concept LCD using a “new” “binary” idea, but I realised this can be a pure LCD, a LED or a LCD with a patterned template over the LCD.

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(English) Equilibrium watch: You’ve heard of Binary, now try Ternary!

October 4th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Robert from Hungary.

Robert says: I wanted to buy a ternary LED watch. But I couldn’t. So I created one, this is THE EQUILIBRIUM ternary watch.

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(English) “Moth” LCD watch takes a lunar flight

September 30th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from the UK.

Lloyd says: “Moth” is an LCD concept watch inspired by the giant lunar moth that transported Doctor Dolittle to the moon in the book Doctor Dolittle’s Garden.

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Cubie Watch Design Frames The Digital Time

July 23rd, 2013
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Design submitted by Heather from The USA.

Heather says: “I wanted to have a way to display the time while filling up all available space in a meaningful way. Read the rest of this entry »

(English) Hidden LCD watch conceals numbers within numbers

July 8th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: Hidden is an LCD concept watch design with a seemingly baffling display of digits and horizontal bars that conceal the time in a new way.

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(English) Multiplexer LCD watch with time nodes

July 3rd, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Eric from the USA.

Eric says: The design resembles graph theory in computer science.  Depending on the time, the watch will display a path that only goes through the numbers that should be added.

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(English) CODE watch uses alien binary symbols

June 11th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.

Wilhelm says: The CODE: Inspired by the combination of my love for binary LED watches, industrial art and stainless steel, the idea came up for a watch with a cryptic code in its display that stands out to be interesting and eye catching all the time, whether the LEDs are on or off, something many LED watches are lacking.

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(English) Kuantos watch inspired by Stargate Atlantis.

May 28th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Clarence-Junius from the USA.

Clarence-Junius says: I got the idea for the Kuantos while watching my collector’s edition of Stargate: Atlantis. I wanted to use the stargate theme as a base for this design without stepping on any toes. Close attention to details help me keep this design original.

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