Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: “I was driving in my car and I noticed a trend with modern cars to have strip LED tail lights and running lights (halo style lights). This got me thinking about digits being displayed in thin strip light shapes. I then imagined these forms extruded and metallic and ended up with this watch design.
The time on this watch design is displayed in a very conventional digital style, the four metallic “ribbons” display a single digit each. The display is activated by controls in the chunky asymmetric strap in the form of the KISAI logo, these controls would include time, date, animation and settings.
Although the inspiration is from a fairly mundane and conventional source the result looks like something from a post-apocalyptic future where the machines have already taken over. This watch design would look good on any bio-mechanically enhanced human or would-be cyborg fighting for the resistance… or your average Joe on the high street!
I think the display method using the metallic “ribbons” seperates this design from others. This format means that the electronic internals are now housed in the chunky asymmetric strap, which would also house the controls (inside the enlarged KISAI logo) and any necessary ports etc. The packaging is different but the technology is proven.”