Design submitted by Galen from Bulgaria.
Galen says: There are many designs of watches that use binary numeral system to represent time. I wanted to use a different numeral system which looks cryptic and in the same time needs less calculation then binary.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: I played once more with digits that got stolen the center segment and thought about emphasizing the the void on the hardware level of the watch design. This is how the two columns of LEDs were made.
Design submitted by Matt from the USA.
The inspiration for this design comes from the idea of having a simple futuristic watch that isn’t overly complicated.
It isn’t too difficult to read, but it can be a bit confusing.
Design submitted by Robert from Hungary.
Robert says: After I’ve seen Laszlo’s fantastic Inverse LCD watch I also wanted to create a cryptic watch face of my own. Digits09 uses a new style LCD digits but it works traditionally.
Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
Logan says: Hypersphere is a retro-futuristic always-on LCD watch with a unique geometric display on a black leather and steel cuff.
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: I would like to present my next LED rechargeable wristwatch design concept: Initiate.
The watch has a series of concentric hexagonal rings: eight arranged in groups of four stacked one group above another.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is “Type:Y” a hybrid of a few of my older designs. I have used the watch case/strap shape of “
Type-X“, the time telling of “ Trylon” and watch face/cover like “ Salt“.