I am inspired by the watches at Tokyoflash. After seeing a plasma globe I was incredibly curious to know how it works and wanted to see it in more uses than a just an object for decoration. It looks and behaves in a very futuristically, it has a life of its own. It could be liked by many sci-fi fans. I hope you will like it too. Continue reading →
Devindh says: “When I was a child I owned an LCD digital watch that had its screen accidentally cracked. I remember being saddened to see the entire face blacked out by Liquid Crystal. This design takes that incident and uses it as the inspiration for a Hybrid Analog/LCD wrist watch.
Cory says: “The patterns from particle accelerators formed very interesting and unique designs. Coupled with the techy looking equipment from CERN and Large Hadron Collider, I thought to create a watch design that made use of both. Continue reading →
Olivier says: “I used to lose my USB key often so I came up with the idea to attach the USB key to my watch. Basically, the features are identical as the Escape C watch (skype, MP3 and Bluetooth) with the possibility to use bluetooth headphones and the USB key to store music or any computer data. Continue reading →
Ranjan says: “The inspiration for this watch design came from chat symbols such as the smiley, falling hearts, showering stars, rising sun, moon light. Using these symbols, I have designed a watch. Continue reading →
Galvano says: “The idea for this watch design appeared after I bought some Tokyoflash watches and studied the different ways to see the time. This changed my way of thinking about watches and opened a world of possibilities, systems, design. Continue reading →
Sam says: “This is an adaptation of the idea I had for my San Sen watch. This time, I use an imaginary center line to divide the watch into two parts: One always black, the other one whatever is possible. I planned to let “the other side” be also transparent even. So all the necessary technology needs to be hidden in the black part. Continue reading →