Nicholas says: In a school project, I gave myself the task of designing something in the style of TokyoFlash. As I didn’t have the ability to make a watch (no high precision tools) I decided to design a Grandfather Clock. Taking partial inspiration from the Kisai Denshoku watch.
José says: Seeking a solution to display an seemingly incomprehensible information despite it being front of our eyes, I found, without trying to create a new cryptographic code, a simple visual effect that applied to the time display, makes this result different and “unique”. Let me introduce ARROW concept watch.
Laszlo says: NIN is an easy to read LCD watch concept with time and date functions.
Two digits on the left side indicate the hours or months (the inner little number is the first and the outer bigger number is the second number of the hours or month). The two digits on the right side are the minutes or days (the inner little number is the first and the outer bigger number is the second number of the minutes or days).
Peter says: I was trying to think of a really intuitive analogue style time telling method that could be easily made using an LCD display. I have played around on previous designs with rings that describe the hours (orbital decay) and others that use dots to highlight the analogue positions on a watch face (Tri-Ripple) so I decided to combine both of these elements.
Peter says: I recently created a design with a time telling display using two or three faces of a cube in an analogue style called “Anacube“. This made we wonder if I could use more if not all the faces of a cube to tell the time in an analogue format. This combined with another idea for a watch using a 3D snake to illustrate the time resulted in “Hexahedron”