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Splinter LED watch with vertical animating display

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This design is a back to basics LED (could be LCD) watch which features a narrow column of lights to describe the time. This narrow column of lights gives the watch a minimalistic – futuristic and mysterious look. Ideally this column would be semi transparent both front and back to show a hint of the internals and let light glow thru even when the display is off. The narrow dimension of the display allows for the material and finishes to do the talking.

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Cybernetic wristwatch gauges your internal power cell.

Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.

Andrew says: In the future humanity is extinct & only the artificial intelligence machines initially created by man remain. These Androids have created a time portal to travel in the past & try to save humans from their own environmental , political, historical mistakes. Cybernetic is inspired by Peter’s Edge wristwatch.

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Spine: Wristwatch or futuristic weaponry?

Design submitted by Lewis from the UK.

Lewis says: The idea was to combine a simple, functional display with futuristic weapon grade design. I took inspiration from video games and films set in clean metallic futures such as Halo, Titanfall and Tron. the idea for the display came with the shape of the chassis, it needed to be long and symmetrical to make use of the space.

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Relativity watch reacts to your activity level (updated)

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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