Design submitted by Devindh from UK.
This watch design is Devindh’s approach to creating more USB data storage watches. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam transferred the “neck bones” of a crash test dummy and the recognizable camera marker to this wrist watch. The display is a derivation of the before mentioned camera marker. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Kambiz from the USA.
This watch design features a uni-body aluminum medallion in a variety of brushed anodized finishes. Conceived as a minimal alternative to the complexity of traditional analog timepieces, it features an easy to read LED display system and behaves much in the same way as traditional analog watches. Read the rest of this entry »
A new concept from the Tokyoflash Design Studio.
Introducing a fun concept watch design with an original display that should appeal to anyone with an inquisitive mind. The square-shaped colored LCD screen is made up of a a number of mysterious markings. Four squares move around the screen and appear around the outside of the markings to reveal complete digital numbers which represent the time. It’s easy once you get it! Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: “I like the idea of digital watches that are not obvious at first glance, yet can easily be read. This is a digital watch with an “always on” display and is unisex. The digits are formed by horizontal line segments only, in such a way that the digits are more easily read from far, rather than close up. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says: “Optical illusions are interesting because they manipulate our imperfect perceptions. While browsing through several optical illusion sites, I ran across Pinna’s Intertwining Illusion. Discovered by Baingio Pinna of the University of Sassari in Italy, the circles appear to spiral and intersect, but are in fact an orderly set of concentric circles”. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
This watch design is a continuous-band watch like Tokyoflash Fire or Shinshoku, but the pattern of the holes/LEDs is essentially a binary tree. This makes it easier to read the minutes by comparing to the obvious locations of minutes 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32. Read the rest of this entry »
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: “I wanted to come up with a car related wrist watch design. An F1 steering wheel seemed to lend itself as it not only has various displays and buttons but the wheel itself gives a means to attach a strap. Read the rest of this entry »