Peter says: I had an idea for a simple LED watch using inspiration from the rear diffusers sported by modern performance cars. These diffusers are often elaborate looking extruded forms with various fins and facets. I decided this inspiration could create a nice display frame. “Exostrusion” was the result.
Sam says: This is the smart edition of my Xtal concept. People who saw it in the Design Studio Blog like the futuristic look, a combination of the simple shape and the cryptic numbers. Adding some smartness could make a good product.
Matt says: As I was waking up, I saw a paper clip on a shelf at the side of my bed. I designed a watch that would cut 3 blocks arranged like paper clips in 12 and 4 segments and fill their center with indicators for the following options: pm, date, show alarm/alarm setup & alarm on. I also designed 2 variants with new arrangements for the minute and options indicators. Continue reading →
Kisai Maru is the eighth fan-submitted concept to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The idea for Kisai Maru’s display was submitted in March 2011 by a reader of the blog and fan of Tokyoflash, Samuel Jerichow from Germany.
Lloyd says: “Shapeshifter” is an LCD concept watch that uses weird looking shapes to display the time and date in a slightly perplexing way. The shapes resemble those found in games like Tetris and give the watch a geeky retro feel. Continue reading →
Design submitted by Heather from the USA and Tokyoflash Design Studio
Heather says: The Kryptonic LED watch design from Tokyoflash Design Studio was awesome, and very reminiscent of Predator. According to comments, the only difficulty was time-reading (memorizing placement). Continue reading →
“Spotcheck” is a fun and perplexing LCD watch design that displays the time and date via a bewildering and seemingly chaotic array of question marks.
Don’t worry though. Reading the time or date is easy. Just concentrate on the spots in the display and 4 digits magically appear. There’s also a “quick reveal” option so that you can just display the spots. Continue reading →