Posts Tagged ‘Watch Design Submission’

Motif, deceptively simple watch design

September 1st, 2010

Watch Design Submitted by Akinori Nemoto from Japan.

The display uses various shapes to represent time. Triangles on the right hand side show hours in binary form, for example; 1 + 4 = 5 o’clock. 5 groups of 10 minutes are shown around the edge with green lights and single minutes are shown in red in between. There is also a flashing indicator for seconds in the upper left part of the display. This concept would have changeable covers so that you can customize your watch. Read the rest of this entry »

Get the full Spectrum of design.

September 1st, 2010

Watch Design submitted by David Brophy from the UK.

Watch the Rainbow. 2 red lights, 4 orange lights and 6 yellow lights represent 1 hour each. 8 green lights represent 4 minutes each, 6 blue lights represent 3 minutes each, 4 indigo lights represent 2 minutes each and 2 violet lights represent 1 minute each. Read the rest of this entry »

Sound Check, 1, 2 testing, ahemm

August 31st, 2010

Design submitted by Jeff Beamish.

This watch design is based on a digital VU meter for audio equipment, where the coloured bars are the low, mid and high frequency indicators from the EQ display or VU Meter. Hours (12) are the low bars on the left, 5 minute groups are in mid bars in the center and single minutes are the high bars on the right. Input indicators low and high show am/pm and the track number is the date, read as month and day. Read the rest of this entry »

Shadow, Grand Lodge wristwear

August 31st, 2010

Design submitted by Gabriel Balas-Baconschi.

This watch design is based on the masonry symbol. Since they are like an organisation in shadow, I think the black colour is great. The compass has 12 LEDs, which show the hours and the square has also 12 leds, each one for 5 minutes. The letter G from center, is divided into 4, each part for one single minute. In the top of the compass, there is a circle, which care show am/pm. The outer circle, is made like a star, each line for one second. I think showing the seconds looks very dynamic. Read the rest of this entry »

Steampunk “Roboard” watch design

August 30th, 2010

Design submitted by Maciej Mandrysz.

This watch design is inspired by postapocalyptic games, and robotic board. With a metal case and a leather strap, the time is displayed using green LEDs which appear to shine through the metal lens. Hours are shown in the upper right part of the display with circles, rings and lines. Groups of ten minutes 10-50 are shown with bars in the upper left part of the display. Single minutes 1-9 are shown along the bottom in digits. Read the rest of this entry »

Past Future, Pocket watch design

August 30th, 2010

Watch Design submitted by Maciej Mandrysz.

This idea is a combination of an old pocket watch and new technology. Thanks to some kind of LCD display and bigger size, it can be used as an MP3 player or can display other information like weather, or simple pictures. Read the rest of this entry »

Watch on wrist, but time “On Air”

August 30th, 2010

Watch Design submitted by Iskender Asanaliev.

ON AIR Wrist Watch design shows time in an extraordinary minimal way. The LED display shows minutes with numbers and its position shows us the current hour. The display also functions as a light and set button. If you push once, the LED display lights up. To set the time you just need to push in the center of the display for 5 seconds and the LEDs flash, you then push the upper or lower corner of the display to set the hour and the left and right corner to set minutes. Read the rest of this entry »

Breaking Glass watch design

August 30th, 2010

Watch Design submitted by Tomek from Poland. (14 years old).

Touch the sensor on the screen to initiate the blue LED display. Hours emanate from the center of the display, the space in the display showing the current hour. Five minute groups are shown around the outer edge of the display and single minutes 1-4 are shown in four groups in between the hour lines, three lights indicating one minute.
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Hypno Clock

August 30th, 2010

Watch Design submitted by Guy Mann.

A mesmerizing clock design based on the processingjs.org example code and the polar clock. You can see Guy’s watch design concept in action here. Read the rest of this entry »

Two Tone watch design on the block

August 30th, 2010

Design submitted by David Brophy.

A simple two tone 6×6 box design. To tell the time you start with the middle ring of 12 lights representing hours. The outer ring (20 lights) represents minutes x3 and the long lights in the center are 1 minute each. Read the rest of this entry »

RPM

February 5th, 2010
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A great look for DJ’s and ideal for time telling in the dark, this concept has the appearance of a turntable with its black face raised at different levels.

The absence of a dial or numbers on the round face create a mysterious look, but the time can be read easily; rings of light at the edge of the face indicate hours in blue and five minute intervals in green, in exactly the same positions as on a clock face. Four red LED’s at the top show minutes 1-4. The time display is activated by touching the sensor in the center of the face. Thanks to James F. for submitting idea.

Kisai RPM is now available to buy here.

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