Sam says: SPECTRUM is a stylish fun watch with a scientific background. It started as binary idea. 1 is an activated LED and 0 is a deactivated LED. Or you can say, one is white and 0 is black. I had the basic shades for the basic numbers and thought it would be cool to give all the other numbers parts of the color spectrum. The cool thing is, the spectrum can be divided into 8 distinguishable colors! I’m using four long bars to tell the time. This is inspired by emission spectra of elements that get passed by light (Thank you, my astronomy teacher). Continue reading →
Alan says: The design was inspired by two science fiction films, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Tron: Legacy. Both films were beautifully designed, and translate well to an LED watch. The “time” animation was inspired by the flickering screens on the spaceship Discovery. Continue reading →
Kisai Upload is the latest concept watch design to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The original concept was featured on the blog in July 2011 and is now available to buy. Continue reading →
This is “Pozi-Drive” a very simple digital LED design. The basic premis is the display is made up of four groups of LEDs arranged in a cross-headed screw like arrangement hence the name “Pozi-Drive”. Continue reading →
Emilio says: One day during class I became bored (again). I was looking around trying to find something to do and then i noticed a flow map. I thought to myself what if I can transform this into a watch and after a few minutes later voila. Continue reading →
Peter says: As people will know by now I am a bit of a petrol head and love anything to do with cars and motorcyles etc. I was looking at designing an LED watch using a standard analogue format when I realised that the LEDs looked rather like the spokes of a car alloy wheel, “P-Zero” (the name of a famous performance tyre) was born.