Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: This watch is my attempt of a tactile / 3D LED digital inspired by the geological basalt hexagonal columns of the giant’s causeway.
The Alarm, Date or Time using four Digits. Each of the four digits is create by 13 Hexagonal tiles / key which Erupt out of the wristwatch face to create 3D style digits.
Each Hexagonal tile is raised & lower using via a electric / air powered actuation pin / motor.
Each Hexagonal LED title / key has a crack Lava effect.
In order to set the display correct the user must first unlock the display by pressing & holding the LED activation button & then press in the the hexagonal tiles which are not required & press out the tiles that are until they match the shape of the required digits,
Furthermore this watch is solar power so the user does not need to worry about it running out of Power.
The hexagonal watch case & bracelet are constructed in either: IP, Gun-metal, Steel or Brimstone: imitation rock.
LED many colours are also geological themed: Sulphur, methane, geyser, Lava & White Hot: Forge.
This watch takes 2D format time keeping in to a 3D tactile format. The Hexagonal tiles could be slightly heated meaning that it could be worn by the partially sighted or by the blind? As they could feel the raised hexagonal blocks / shaped digit to tell the time / date.