Cory says: “When browsing home theaters, I got to looking at the shape of a speaker and was inspired to make a watch design. I also wanted the LEDs on this design to look like a sound wave emanating from the center and displaying the time. Continue reading →
Sam says: “I saw a documentary on TV about the “fifth pocket” on a a pair of jeans. They interviewed people on the streets and asked, “What is this little pocket for?” The most people said, it is for coins, chewing gum packages or condoms. Some people knew it was originally made to carry a pocket watch. After seeing this, I wanted to revive the initial usage of the fifth pocket also known as watch pocket. Continue reading →
A simple watch design that uses an LCD screen backlit with colored LEDs to display the time. The digits of time are camouflaged within the lines of the display. One benefit of this LCD watch design is that the display is always on and can always be read without touching the button. Continue reading →
Jordan says: “I was doodling on the back of a French test and I came up with this watch design.
The lines of light running horizontally represent hours. When the light is green, it counts as an hour. The vertical slashed line of light running through the center of the watch represents minutes. The hour lights represent 10 minute milestones. Continue reading →
“My theme for this watch was “Simple Complexity.” I liked the idea of a very simple, rectangular shaped body. I wanted the watch to have a smooth, featureless face when off. I also wanted the body, face, and the light patterns to be as symmetrical as possible. Creating a very uniform, futuristic, but aesthetically pleasing watch design. Continue reading →
Cory says: “Traditional LED number designs on digital alarm clocks and car dashboard readouts are very bland. I wanted to make a wrist watch display that would show 1-9 and 0 in a more interesting font design.