Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
Anders says: “The idea of a watch that projects the time onto the wearer’s wrist, like some alarm clocks that show the time on the ceiling, is one that has floated around my head for a while now. I’ve wanted to do the concept justice, and have let it take it’s time.
Hours are shown on the left of the watch body, minutes on the right. Two arrows per side point to one digit each, the outer left indicates the first hour digit and the inner arrow points to the second, with the same system on the minute side.
The watch and buckle are analogous, both are clamped onto the strap which consists of one strip of leather which might be any colour, preferrably matching the projection. One end is fastened to the buckle while the other can be released by pressing the buttons on the buckle sides.
A modernistic design with a bit of sci-fi flavour, Projekt could appeal to everyone from Trek nerds to computer people to design aficionados. The design is radical enough to get attention, and restrained enough to have a broader appeal. The projection might even be animated, depending on the technology used.”