KisaiNine4x Preview Ani

9 Connected Dots Tell Time

Design submitted by Peter from UK.

Peter says: The Kisai logo consists of 9 dots connected together with a few vertical and horizontal lines. This is a good basis for a simple LED array to create a digit . I decided to use four of these arrays to create “KisaiNine4x” (Nine meaning the number of dots per array and 4 x the number of arrays) “Strewth I can see the time from here!!”                                                                                                             Continue reading

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Grille Designed LED Watch

Design submitted by Peter from UK.

Peter says: This is “Induction” an evolution of an earlier design of mine called “Vent”.  The basic premis with Vent was that the main part of the face of the watch featured a louvered grille that framed an LED array. The grille not only offered the display some shade from direct light but also dictated that the time be read from a specific angle. Continue reading

Esc (Escape) Concept (706x487)

Escape to Different Watch Styles

Design submitted by Andrew from UK.

Andrew says: Escape is removable wrist watch face or Escape Capsule that can be worn as Dog tag style pendant, attach to a Key ring on your house / car key as well as worn on the wrist. Furthermore other interchangeable wrist watch straps / bracelets would be available to purchase separately giving the owner the option of changing the look of the watch without having to buy an entire new watch. Continue reading


A Customizable OLED Screen Watch Design

Design submitted by Andrew from the Netherlands.

Andrew says: Because I have always been fascinated with watches, I decided to try my hand at designing one myself. I really wanted to create something unique, that hasn’t already been done like a million times before. That’s when I came up with Eclipse.  You can watch a small motion graphic about it here: Continue reading


Fragments – Stacked Discs Tells Time

Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.

Anders says: I was looking at animations of some ultra high-end watches and inspiration struck to make something with a similar feel, but less complicated and more affordable. I wanted to use a standard analog movement, but that soon proved impossible. Hopefully the visual impact of the display exceeds the increased complexity. Continue reading