Posts Tagged ‘squares’

(English) Mashup uses geometric time blocks

September 29th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.

Gordon says: This is a mash-up of an old watch design body and a new display of mine so lets call it “Mashup”.

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(English) Exostrusion LED watch diffuses the time.

September 16th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

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.

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(English) Perspective watch emulates Tetris

September 8th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Valentin from the USA.

Valentin says: I was going through my many designs that haven’t submitted and found this one I designed a while ago. I came up with this one when I was more into vintage video games and stuff. don’t really know what to call it. I though maybe something like “arcade” “perspective” or “emulator”? I don’t know since it really just is all that at once.

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(English) Grid 2.0 uses a mesh of LEDs

August 26th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Matt from Canada.

Matt says: I present GRID 2.0

It’s a remake of my Grid watch submission ( http://blog.tokyoflash.com/2014/08/grid-watch-merges-cryptic-digital-time-reading/ ) based on a few suggestions:

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(English) Grid watch merges cryptic & digital time reading.

August 4th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Matt from Canada.

Matt says: I wanted a watch that was using 3-4 blocks for the hour/month and color changing LED’s for when the blocks are used for the 2nd/3rd/etc series of numbers. For the minute, I wanted 2 big digits for the minute/day.

I wanted to use a 1 piece lens & add a grid over it. The best size is a challenge. This is why I did 3 pictures/2 3D models. Engraving the lens was another option.

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(English) Graphikal watch graphs out the time.

July 17th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Justin from the UK.

Justin says: I was browsing through a friends mathematics coursework and saw graphs, bar graphs, charts and numbers etc and I noticed how easy it would be to assign the basics of time telling to one of these simple looking forms.

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(English) The watch Phenomenon using cubist time.

June 27th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: In search for a minimalistic analog watch idea I took inspiration from older concepts of mine and combined them for Phenomenon.

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(English) Cubex watch inspired by modern custom interiors (update)

June 10th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Gordon from the USA.

Gordon says: I wanted to make a watch inspired by modern custom interiors. I was hoping to come up with a unique method of time telling but more importantly i was hoping it would compliment the overall design.

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(English) Room watch uses 3D walls to show time.

May 16th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.

Andy says: I decided to design a watch which looks like mysterious apartment, to realize something architectural style.

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(English) QUATTROGRID forms cryptic time modes using luminous lines. (update)

April 30th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.

Wilhelm says: The idea for this watch module came from the square metal grids used in the building industry, combined with 2 methods for reading time, the normal digital “grid” mode for easy time telling and the “quattro” binary method for reading digital time, hence the name “Quattrogrid”.

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(English) Labyrinth watch uses cryptic maze to tell the time, surprisingly easy!

April 23rd, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.

Andy says: I decided to realise a watch concept based on the ancient greek myth of the minotaur and the labyrinth. I used 6 cross-sectioned rectangles to display time.

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(English) Parametric: MP3 audio watch with Graphic Equaliser.

March 24th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: I was trying to think of ways to make cryptic digits using an LCD display consisting of simple blocks which could be easily animated. A graphic equalizer instantly came to mind.

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(English) Clasp-less “Ouroboros” futuristic LED watch

March 17th, 2014
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(English) 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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(English) 2ofTWO smartwatch brings you closer to the collective.

March 14th, 2014
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: The name is “Borgy” in origin, as the watch will be linked to a smart phone creating a small collective. The phone will be “1 of TWO”

The basic premise for my design is that the borders of the icons tell the time in an always-on column on the display. This column is easily seen as it is displayed inverted to the rest of the display and continues a contrasting stripe that runs through the strap. (I have used a metallic LCD with black background for my examples. This used in conjunction will coloured glass gives a nice contrast)

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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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