The matte black finish on the case and strap of this design create a clean contrast with the shiny smoked glass lens. Beneath the lens, the bright green interface shows hours in the outer ring, the space in the lights showing the current hour, and digital minutes in the center. A simple concept with an interesting form. Read the rest of this entry »
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The silver ring around the face of this concept contrasts against the black case and strap to enhance the fact that the lens is raised above the case. A deep acrylic lens covers the interface, and beneath there is what appears to be a maze of digits. Blue LEDs ignite the display when the button is touched and three flashing digits present the current time. Read the rest of this entry »
A concept that combines three colors to great effect; green LEDs, a black case and silver strap. The strap appears to be wrapping itself around the case in a manner that leaves an opening in each corner. The operation buttons are located on the right side in the spaces between the casing. The time is simply shown with hours 1-6 on the top row, hours 7-12 on the bottom row and digital minutes in the centre. When the watch is not on, it looks cryptic with its grid of raised blocks. Read the rest of this entry »
A concept with an always on LCD display and user selectable LED backlighting. The hour is shown in digits in negative space in the center of the display, minutes are shown by the ring of blocks surrounding the digits. The first rotation of minutes in positive blocks to 30 minutes, then the second rotation in negative blocks to 60. There are markings to help indicate the current position. The simple, tough looking case has large buttons above and below the face to initiate the LED backlighting. Read the rest of this entry »
A concept with an always on LCD display and user selectable LED backlighting meaning that the time can always be read at a glance and you can choose the color of the display. The square case and tapered strap are designed in a simple manner, the glass reaching right out to the edge of the case. Single minutes are shown in digits in the central circle, hours are shown by the single LCD block moving around the central circle and five minute groups are shown by the outer LCD block moving around the circle. Seconds are also shown on the very outer circle. Read the rest of this entry »
Raised lines and blocks make up the time display on this concept design. When the button is touched, blue digital tubes light up to show the hours in the same position as numbers on a clock face. White digital tubes light up to show 5 minute groups in approximately the same position as minutes on a clock face, four single minutes are located in the lower part of the interface. Read the rest of this entry »
The interface of this design is located beneath a single block of clear acrylic giving the impression of depth. The block is then connected to a strong tapered wrist band. The large control buttons on the side are visible through the acrylic block. Three red zones display the time; hours in the top right, five minute groups in the bottom left and four single minutes in the bottom right. Read the rest of this entry »
A wrap around wrist watch design with an oval interface that displays the time in rings like a race track. Hours are on the outer track in the same position as hours on a clock face. 5 minute intervals are shown in the inner ring so reading the approximate time is much like reading a standard clock. Four single minutes are presented in the center and this design has a seconds indicator too. Read the rest of this entry »
An asymmetrical concept design with a curved, brushed metal case, black screen and orange interface. The time is simply displayed with hours on the left, the space in the square indicating the current hour, and minutes in digits on the right. Instant time, futuristic design. Read the rest of this entry »
A concept design with a strong, rugged stainless steel case connected with a timing interface that shows hours, groups of 5 minutes and single minutes 1-4 in three distinct circles. Hours in the upper circle and 5 minute intervals in the bottom left circle are shown at the same points as hours and minutes on a clock face so the approximate time can be read at a glance. Four single minutes are shown in the bottom right circle.
A concept design with robotic looks and a sleek smoked black lens. Green and blue lines present the time in circular shapes that show hours, minutes and seconds in a very simple to read manner, for precise and speedy timing. Hours and groups of 5 minutes are basically in the same positions as hours on a clock face in the upper and lower circles. Single minutes and seconds are shown within the large circles. Read the rest of this entry »
A smart, slimline, stainless steel design that uses LEDs to show the time in a web-like graphic that emanates from the center of the screen to the edges. Each red line from the center to the edge shows an hour in the same position as hours on a regular clock face. Groups of 5 minutes are shown with blue dots, positioned at 5 minute points like on a clock and single minutes 1-4 are shown with four yellow dots. Read the rest of this entry »
A sleek stainless steel concept that will wrap around your wrist like a futuristic bracelet. Grooves in the face continue into the strap and the time is presented with LEDs that illuminate in lines between the grooves; hours 1-12, 5 minutes groups and single minutes.
Get Twitter and Facebook updates instantly to your wrist. This concept watch has integrated Bluetooth so that when you pair with your smartphone, any notifications received will be transmitted directly to your watch. Great for keeping up to date with what’s going on with your friends and with trending topics across the globe. You can scan through recent notifications by pressing the buttons.
Reading the time is simple, just add the blocks; 12 blocks for hours, 5 blocks for groups of 10 minutes and single minutes 1-9. The design is made of stainless steel and also has world time and date. Read the rest of this entry »