Smart watches are the must have gadget of the moment. They have been a popular theme on the blog too, with various weird and wonderful schemes suggested. One of the main issues the blog has highlighted is that not everyone who likes these weird and wonderful schemes necessarily needs all the expensive features that come included in a smart watch, and more importantly they don’t want to pay for features they don’t need.
Design submitted by Nev from the UK.
Nev says: My fascination with images of distant stars and galaxies has meant I have always wanted a watch containing a starfield with star flares showing the time, so here’s ‘STARS’.
Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.
Andy says: I decided to design concept watch based on hi-tec technologies, internet and on-line camera.
I wanted to offer you an up close and personal uninterrupted view with Big Ben by designing a watch that can display the image of Big Ben clock in real time. The main idea is to utilize a camera aimed at this architectural masterpiece, in this case London iconic clock tower. The camera sends a video GPS signal via satellite which captured and displayed by Ban Watch on its large sized LED display while the bottom screen is used to display user’s local time.
Design submitted by Jose from Spain.
Jose says: Some time ago, reviewing old papers, I found some old pictures of my technical drawing studies, one of them contained three arcs of a circle, and it has inspired the TRIARCH concept watch. Continue reading
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: Kabuki (4-in-1): is inspired by the LED Helmet masks worn by the french electronic music artists: Daft Punk. But instead of using LED’s this display uses a touch screen LCD or E-ink Display & is constructed various bracelet materials each with up to eight LED colors options each to choose from: Blue, Cyan, Green, Orange, Pink, Purple, Red, or Yellow.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany
Sam says: KAKU is a 12-5-9 concept that uses kanji with different stroke counts instead of numbers. The inspiration came when looking up a kanji in a dictionary. The kanji were sorted by components, reading and also the amount of stokes, that are required to write them.
Design submitted by Firdaus (Malaysia) & Sam (Germany)
Sam & Firdaus say: NEXD is the next step in the world of wrist worn gadgets. It’s a futuristic and unique Android powered smart phone companion device that packed with functionality and style.
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: The inspiration for this concept comes from oscilloscopes. I like the imagination of having something scientific on my wrist.
Design submitted by Scott from the UK.
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.
Design submitted by Talgat from Kyrgyzstan.
Wished to make biotechnology but, to animations био it is not so similar))) It will pulse together with human pulse.