Posts Tagged ‘unisex’

H2M1 LCD watch in two contrasting styles.

February 28th, 2013
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Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.

Andy says: I decided to realize concepts which looks very difficult from one side and very simple in time telling from the other side.

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iSquare watch for tech enthusiasts.

February 26th, 2013
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Design submitted by Ohdelk from Colombia.

Ohdelk says: The idea for this watch was born in the office work. I was working for about 30 days.

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“Gear” analogue watch design

February 8th, 2013
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Design submitted by Valentin from the USA.

Valentin says: I came up with this idea from my favourite type of watches, so i decided to design this one. The design has translucent dials that light up and rotate to the specific time. The time is read from top to bottom under the arrow on the case of the watch.

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VISE watch using Electroluminescent sheet technology

February 7th, 2013
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Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: The last TF Blog Progress Report expressed interest in new technologies, such as EL sheet, which is somewhere between LCD and LED. At first, I just wanted to make a cool looking unisex design with vertically stretched always on glowing numbers. When I designed the numbers, they appeared to me like they were being squeezed together from the sides, like they were in a vise.  So I named the concept VISE.  Then I thought about what a vise actually does, and I realized that this concept can go further.  I can solve the problem of watches being too big/clunky for ladies.

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Confusion LCD puzzle watch jumbles up the time.

February 6th, 2013
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: “Confusion” is a modern-looking LCD concept watch that displays the time in a simple but puzzling way using jumbled up numbers. The idea occurred to me over a year ago after seeing Heather and Sam’s design “Out of Order”.

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Hiding LCD watch lets your subconscious fill in the gaps

February 5th, 2013
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Design submitted by Patrick from France.

Patrick says: Some artworks are intentionally incomplete, so that the brain constructs alone, the missing parts.

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Mainstream e-paper watch, bracelet style for fashionable people.

February 4th, 2013
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Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.

Firdaus says: I wanted to make a Tokyoflash watch that is simple, lightweight and mainstream but still unique and Tokyoflashy.

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Transition Watch Celebrates Digital Chic in Black & White

January 31st, 2013
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: This is a project, I couldn’t properly sketch for on paper. I imagined a pattern that consists of LCD lines with different thicknesses. I wanted to create a cascaded gradient from dark to bright (or vice versa) that contains the time telling numbers. The lines of the backgrounds and the adjacent numbers should be interlocking and create a black and white mesh.

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WAVE LED watch animates on your wrist

January 25th, 2013
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Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: I was actually inspired when I tried to read a watch display concept by Lloyd from Australia.  I was reading it incorrectly at first, looking for digits that weren’t there to find.  But then I thought, that would work.  So I developed this LED concept with animation that is basically an LED version of Kisai Stencil.  Because the only LEDs necessary create a somewhat wave-like layout, I decided to give it a wave-like animation and entitle it WAVE. The animation can be set to automatically turn on at various intervals.

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Hexecule watch Analog & Digital in one!

January 24th, 2013
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This design was inspired by a computer game logo from a game I played recently. As soon as I saw the logo I thought it would make a great watch face. “Hexecule” was the result.

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Tessera LCD watch uses columns to tell the time.

January 24th, 2013
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: This LCD concept watch displays the time and date using an enigmatic-looking arrangement of shapes made up of squares. That’s why it’s called “Tessera”, after the small square tiles used to make mosaics.

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Grapha watch plots a dot in time.

January 22nd, 2013
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Design submitted by Sriram from India.

Sriram says: I was looking into graphs and the sudden idea emerged. The top panel of the dial is glass and the body color is pure black.

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‘LINK’ watch with morse code-esque digits

January 21st, 2013
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Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: I wanted to design something simple, both with regards to the display and the hardware. I call the result ‘Link’. Partly for the strap which is the design’s signature feature, but also for the morse code-esque display of bars and circles.

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‘Sliced’ LED watch slashes its way though time.

January 16th, 2013
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Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: I thought about digits that are slashed through, but can still be read easily, and came up with the Sliced LED watch concept.  The digits are fairly basic 7-segment digits, with some parallel slashes sliced through some unnecessary pieces, causing these new digits to require more than 7 LEDs each.

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Arcadia LCD watch for retro gamers.

January 14th, 2013
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: ”Arcadia” is an LCD concept watch design with a choice of 3 fun displays to tell you the time: one has alien invaders similar to the ones in some retro arcade games, another has rain clouds and the other jellyfish. So, hopefully, there’s something to appeal to everyone.

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