David says: This is my idea for a bluetooth smart watch. It has an LCD display showing icons when you receive a call, email, message etc. It has strong lighting on the case like the lines of neon light in the Tron movie.
Omar says: I saw a design by Kibardindesign and I wanted to make it into a wrist watch.
The time is told using four lcd displays. It is also bluetooth enabled and informs the user when a call is received and when a text message is received. The watch can also find your missing phone by alarming you if the bluetooth connection is lost.
Sam says: There are two trends that inspired me to make the concept for L|NK. Tokyoflash once commented this on one of my designs and pointed towards an exciting future: “…it would work well in e-paper. There is a monochrome variety (e.g.: black/red, black/blue, black/pink) which we are working hard to develop into watches. It can’t come soon enough as far as we are concerned as it will really open up possibilities.” Watches that are connected to your phone or computer, are becoming more and more popular so I gave another smartwatch a chance.
Gabriel says: I was thinking for a while about a concept watch which would let me be connected to my smartphone with a Tokyoflash sci-fi touch and I came with this concept simply called “Smart connection”.
Scott says: I’ve watched a fair amount of sci-fi, from Star Trek to The Matrix and of course Tron! 😉 In nearly all of these there are super hi-tech computers and interfaces that look unbelievably complex, almost impossible to understand; yet they always have someone happily pushing buttons seemingly understanding everything?!
I’ve always thought they must know something we don’t, there must be some kind of trick or some sort of ‘code’. So i decided to see if i could come up with my own interface/display that would look like gibberish to most, and obvious to others. Kind of like the dreaded ‘Blue screen of death’ on a broken computer.
Peter & Sam say: The initial idea for Camalien was a watch that changes its colour with the mood of the wearer. But mood is an abstract thing that could be dozens of measurable things in reality. We kept the colour changing aspect and gave the watch a camera.
The display of Camalien reacts to the environment like a chameleon. Continue reading →
Earlier this month we saw the imaginative Stylux watch from Anders that used a combination of laser & phosphorescent ink to ‘draw’ the time. He has updated the design using less advanced technology, which could be more realistic to produce.