Peter says: This is “Geoglyph” a watch inspired by the phenomenon of crop circles. These elaborate geometric patterns (however created) can be as beautiful as they are mysterious. They also lend themselves to an unusual watch display.
Andrew says: The following wrist watch concept is a 23-11-4 LED analogue / binary LED display. That uses 38 Hexagonal “Cell” Key Pad Increments. Constructed in both metal watch cases / bracelets or Leather Straps with a multiple Color LED selector. The user can change how this watch animates by pressing the screen lock at one of three positions. See examples provided.
Patrick says: It is a project inspired of the “Rotate-Watch” and the “Koinshidensu-Watch”.
The “Rocking-Watch” makes coincide enigmatic pieces of LED, so that they form readable figures. It is necessary to look at the watch perpendicular to its vision and to make it swivel, towards outside, in line with arm, until the figures are formed to give the hour. Several animations are programmable. AM-PM – Display the hour and the date – Mode of alarm – Unisex design for small and large the wrists.
Peter says: I had an idea for a simple LED watch using inspiration from the rear diffusers sported by modern performance cars. These diffusers are often elaborate looking extruded forms with various fins and facets. I decided this inspiration could create a nice display frame. “Exostrusion” was the result.
Andrew says: The following concept is for a series of taking / speaking character watches inspired by the following iconic characters: Iron Man, Spider-man & Electronic Music super stars: Daft Punk. Construed in various material that suit / replicate the look / style of the character represented on the face / display.
Peter says: This is the third and final instalment….or is it a prequel? of the model used to create “Stealth II” and “3Delix” a long long time ago in a galaxy near the west midlands in good old blighty. It occurred to me that the chevron shaped segmentation on this model was slightly reminiscent of the arches of the Sydney Opera House. So I decided to create this 12-5-9 format watch based on this inspiration.
Peter says: I have recently created a couple concepts that featured helix shapes in their time telling in various guises. This is a 12/5/9 format LED watch which uses the helical forms to show the time in three columns that look like exposed cables, hence the name “LiveWire”