Design submitted by Sam from Germny.
Sam says: I had the feeling that I achieved something cool with my previous Timeline concepts, so I gave the basic concept another round. This version is the 3rd Reality.
The time is told by thick and thin lines that run across the display from left to right. Thick lines mean 3, thin lines mean 1. When there are several lines at once, the number values have to be added. It’s a bit of work, but it’s all for the cool look. You have to concentrate on the very left edge of the display – that’s the hours, then there is the center of the display – that’s 10 minute groups up to five and finally the very right edge of the display – that’s up to nine additional minutes for precise time telling.
I left away vertical elements that connect the different lines. I work with horizontal overlapping which creates a stylish display layout. I’ve added two framing lines on the top and the bottom of the display. They show that the display is activatd at 12:00, which is an emtpy display. On the bottom line is an indicator for PM times. I kept the timelines plain for the sake of simplicity to not confuse even more and just because the graphic style looks nice.
I gave the whole watch a more daring sci-fi look and let the timelines run around the lateral faces of the case – an idea I didn’t dare posting for the first and second concept. Actually the LEDs are already illuminated on their sides so why not using this?
So this is the Timeline 3rd Reality LED watch concept.