Posts Tagged ‘Watch Design’

Four designs. Four ways of telling time.

May 3rd, 2013
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(English) Designs submitted by Timur from Kyrgyzstan.

Timur submitted 4 unique watch designs in 2 color tones.  Each design has a different way of telling time. Read the rest of this entry »

Echo E-paper LCD analog watch display

May 2nd, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: I was sketching for an analog based sci-fi E-paper display based on half circles. I took the advantage of E-paper towards LCD to hide and create display gaps whenever pleasing. So I created these half circle segments whose repetition, the echoing, has a deeper meaning for the time telling. Read the rest of this entry »

Edge LCD – based on the original Edge design

April 30th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from from the UK.

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!” Read the rest of this entry »

Police Light tells time in 3 colors

April 30th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Ilham from Indonesia.

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. Read the rest of this entry »

Timetri watch tells time in triangles

April 29th, 2013
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(English) Design submitted by Albert from Poland.

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). Read the rest of this entry »

11°11’11” Watch Design Points to the Time

October 25th, 2012
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Design submitted by Romain from France.

Romain says: “I had the idea of an arrow-shaped watch design, with also digits like arrows. In short, an arrow-watch! I also wanted that, at a specific moment of the day, there to be three arrows instead of the digits. For this moment, I chose 11 hours, 11 minutes, 11 seconds.

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ZeroPointOne Watch Design Inspired by HAL 9000

October 24th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

My idea is an LCD display, that reacts to light, like a human eye does. To express this idea, I let myself inspire by HAL 9000, the ship’s computer in Stanley Kubrick’s motion picture 2001: a space odyssey. Read the rest of this entry »

Sliced Watch Design Lets You Decide How To Read Time

October 23rd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Matt from Canada.

Matt says: “This idea came while I was working on another design (the AD 1224). It’s a combination of an analog hour display with digitally displayed minutes and second (or month and day ). Read the rest of this entry »

Cyclone – Rotating LCD Display Watch Concept

September 7th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.

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. Read the rest of this entry »

DIGITS United to Tell Time

September 7th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

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).                                                                                                                                                                                               Read the rest of this entry »

Hypercube Analogue LED Watch Design

September 5th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

This is “Hypercube Analogue” an analogue version of the original Hypercube design that featured on the blog back in July 2012. Read the rest of this entry »

X CON Handcuff Shaped Watch Design

September 5th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.

Jordan says: Recently, I’ve been watching a lot Prison Break. Yesterday however, I watched the last episode and clicked away to the Tokyoflash Blog in sadness. That’s when it hit me: A wristwatch in the shape of a handcuff. Read the rest of this entry »

Flipside – Three-Dimensional View of Time

September 4th, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

“Flipside” is a modern concept watch that displays the time and date in an unusual and enigmatic way using an LCD screen combined with LEDs. Read the rest of this entry »

Degrees – Analog Watch Reinterpreted

September 3rd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

This is a concept for an unusual interpretation of an analog watch. It works with a traditional mechansim but the display doen’t look traditional at all. Read the rest of this entry »

Snowflake-Patterned LED Watch Design

September 3rd, 2012
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(English) Design submitted by Sarah from the UK.

Sarah says: I’m always torn between my geeky scientist side that loves sci fi and my awe of nature. A funky snowflake pattern with a sci fi feel to it seemed like a logical and interesting idea! Plus geometric patterns and blue lights appeal to me! Read the rest of this entry »