Timur says: “Creations of hours in style of a solar eclipse has been developed by me owing to the rare and beautiful natural phenomenon as an eclipse. This natural the phenomena always caused in me feeling of delight and surprise. Continue reading →
An “always on” LCD watch design with color changeable LED backlighting. The upper left 6 segments indicate 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. Continue reading →
Lloyd says: “This watch design is called “Time Splitter” and was inspired by a puzzle I created about 8 years ago. The display may look a bit weird at first, but is actually very easy to read once you know the trick behind it. Continue reading →
This watch concept is inspired by the interlocking fluent mandala-like shapes of motorway junctions. The time is told by four digital numbers which are like four motorways that meet in the display section. Each motorway comes from outside, goes through one or more curves, forming a number and then leaves the display again. Continue reading →
“I wanted to make an LCD design that would include seconds, as that is a desirable feature that few currently available watches have. I was also inspired by Sam’s Online watch concept, which uses just the outlines of digits on both sides. I extended the concept by letting the digits be read in the negative space, between changing n-sided polygons (n-gons). Continue reading →
Sung says: “I wanted to make a sketchbook in a watch, so I want to put graphic design, character and brand logo on it. This watch is very cute and simple. It is easy to collaborate with other brands, character, graphic designer. I think this model can change in various ways.” Continue reading →
Peter says: “This is “Scroll” and as the name suggests this design was inspired by the form of ye olde worlde rolled up parchment. The basic form consists of two round dials with scroll like discs for hands.