Peter says: “The machines sent an assassin back in time to the present to eliminate the leader of the resistance. The resistance countered and brought future tech with them. This future tech was replicated the best it could be using present day manufacturing methods. Edge was the first!” Continue reading →
Ilham says: “I was inspired by many designs in this blog. So, I started make my own watch design. Police light will light up your life.”
It is an LCD watch with dual bracelet inspired by police light. There are 3 colors, red, white, and blue. 1 red block shows 1 hour. 1 white bolck shows 5 minutes. 1 blue block shows 1 minute. The date shows at the top. Continue reading →
Albert says: Timetri is an idea of graphics watchface which looks like it’s come from a sci-fi movie.
It expresses time by four groups of triangles, representing hours, tens of minutes and single minutes. The time of day can be gathered from the position of the white triangle (down for AM and up for PM). Continue reading →
Nico says: I like Tokyoflash watches ever since I read gizmag articles about Tokyoflash. In particular, I like the Kisai Rogue Touch Pocket Watch, how the twelve large blocks on the outer ring tells the time.
I then think how else I can tell time with a similar concept but adding additional information and not make it more complex. That is how I come up with a pie chart style that divides the watch into two parts: dark and bright/day and night.
Andrew says: The following watch design concept is for an LCD digital watch that has digits which spin / rotate around the screen in a clockwise motion. I call this design Cyclone. This watch uses an always on display: this means that the time is always being updated. Continue reading →
This is an easy to read LCD watch concept. The upper two digits indicate the hours and date (the inner little number is the first and the outer bigger number is the second number of the hours or month). The lower two digits are the minutes (the inner little number is the first and the outer bigger number is the second number of the minutes or days). Continue reading →