Laszlo says: The screen is divided into three sections, each containing two columns of signs. The first section displays hours, the second minutes, and the final section tells the seconds. The first column in each section represents the first digit (10’s place) and the second column displays the second digit (or 1’s place). Each column is composed of 2-4 signs, each representing a power of two.
The following LED Binary sequential Watch is inspired by the condition synaesthesia: people who have this sensor condition see sound especially music notes as colour. Furthermore this is also how scientists in the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind communicate with a race of alien that speak a musical / tonal use different colour to represent different musical notes / words etc. Continue reading →
The following LCD Analogue / Binary Hybrid watch design concept is based on the Retro Computer Game: Asteroids. Where A space craft in the centre of the screen shoot laser blasts at asteroid floating through Space in order to break them up / destroy them. The LED Back Light changes in shade to mark the transition from Dull / Pale Shade; AM to lighter / Brighter Shade: PM. Continue reading →
Laszlo says: Binary LCD watch with always on display for geeks in silver or black version.
The time displayed in binary format with big, stylized 0 and 1 numbers on the LCD screen. Backlight activated automatically when the ambient light is low. The reading system is easy to all who knows the binary numbers. (Embossed numbers on the case help to counting.)
This watch design is a continuous-band watch like Tokyoflash Fire or Shinshoku, but the pattern of the holes/LEDs is essentially a binary tree. This makes it easier to read the minutes by comparing to the obvious locations of minutes 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32. Continue reading →