Design submitted by Jordan from Canada.
Jordan says: “The simplest eye, such as one found in micro-organisms, does nothing but detect whether the surroundings are light or dark. This eye, however, doesn’t even do that. I wanted an eye-like watch face that was both minimalistic, and visually appealing.
There are two variations of this watch design; an always on version and a button activated version. The time is read like an analog watch. The ‘pupil’ (in white) circles inside of the light gray oval. The gray oval circles inside of the face of the watch. Both the pupil and the other oval have a small black line pointing to either the minute, or hour. The pupil points to the minute, and the other points to the hour.
The manner in which the ‘pupil’ is designed gives the face the illusion of depth; it’s like you’re looking in to the watch rather than at it. The face and band are made of brushed aluminium, like the Kisai Denshoku watch, and so, the watch is very light-weight.”