12 thoughts on “Prism LCD watch features a hexagonal lens.”

  1. I like the look and your images are great as usual. I like a 3D lenses probably more than the next guy but I would like it to have more relation to the time telling somehow. Best of luck sir :D

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  2. It’s a nice idea, seems a very cost-effective way of introducing an interesting effect without using outlandish tech. I would however agree with Pete that I’d like to see more integration between the effect and the time telling… There’s not really anything wrong with it, I guess I’d just like to see it taken further. Good work!

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  3. The idea is good, but the result is disappointing. The problem is the numbers – they are so ordinary that it ends up just looking like a broken watch face. With more interesting numbers this would be an interesting concept.

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    1. Congratulations for “Quasar”. I ordered one as soon as it appeared and should have received it today, but FedEx were a day late collecting it, so now have to wait until Monday.
      A number of your other designs are great too, “Prism” just doesn’t work for me. If you submit “Prism v2″ with some more outlandish number designs, this would get my vote.

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      1. Thank you for the congratulations.
        I hope you are happy with the Quasar. I’m thinking something outlandish numbers. If I think of something interesting I’ll publish right away.

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  4. Congratulations Laszlo for “Quasar”. I read the small text that accompanies your motives and I noticed that you talk about your wife’s patience, I just hope I have the chance to have one of my models produced one day, before my wife decides divorce, ah ah ah.
    Nice work! A well deserved production.

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  5. Laszlo, congrats on quasar, I’m tempted to buy one! The above watch, however, doesn’t really inspire me…feels a little unoriginal.

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