Wilhelm says: Quattro 2.0 – This is a revamp of my first Quattro design on which the One-6 concept was based. The idea started as a new concept LCD using a “new” “binary” idea, but I realised this can be a pure LCD, a LED or a LCD with a patterned template over the LCD.
Jordan says: After a long absence from the blog, I decided it was time to try again and after reading up on the reactions to my previous submission, Aurora, I chose to re-think, re-model, re-render and, of course rename it, resulting in this newer, classier watch: Moonwalker, ultimately inspired by one of my favorite watches – the Movado Luno.
Laszlo says: LCD watch concept looks like the craters on the half moon. The twelwe hours and all the minutes is placed on a half side of the screen. It’s a little bit interesting layout, but easily interpretable and not very hard time reading.
Laszlo says: Always on LCD watch with changeable backlight colour.
The upper left 6 segments indicates 5×2 hours and +1 hour. The 6 segments in the left botton indicates 5×10 minutes and 5 minutes. The 4 segments in the right side of the screen is 4×1 minute. Minimal calculating of the time.
Alexander says: The idea came suddenly. I invented specifically for your contest.
Wrist digital clock made in an elegant stainless steel housing. Under the shock-resistant sapphire crystal is a contrasting color display.
Built-in GPS sensor helps to show just the other side of the planet and the land on which you are now. Continue reading →
Heather says: My favorite type of display for a watch is a digital, read-at-a-glance, “always on” display that appears cryptic to the outsider. I started with a rectangular four-quadrant format for the digits. By cutting out circular pieces I found that I could create some recognizable yet abstract looking digits.