Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
Logan says: How to add color to an LCD watch in a way that is functional?
Spectral-T puts a transparent LCD over a rotating color wheel, so varying color shows through the negative space in the display. The color wheel rotates once per day, with blue aligned to midnight and yellow to noon. The always-on LCD gives the precise time, and the colors simultaneously convey the approximate time. The display can be set to 12- or 24-hour mode, and the colors serve the additional function of distinguishing between AM and PM in 12-hour mode. In addition to a button to set the time and mode, a crown allows manual calibration of the color wheel’s alignment — for example, resetting blue to midnight after a battery replacement, or changing the scheme so red is the time you need to leave your house to go to work or school. For the adventurous, optionally turn off the LCD and see time purely through color.
Spectral-T is for watch lovers who want a new form without sacrificing any function.
Let’s continue to explore the possibilities of transparent LCD. How can we use it to enhance the time reading experience? To seek out new forms and new functions, to boldly go …