Kisai Adjust is the ninth fan-submitted concept to become reality from the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog. The idea for Kisai Adjust was submitted in November 2011 by a reader of the blog and fan of Tokyoflash, Nicolas Hélin from Belgium. Continue reading Kisai Adjust – Concept to Reality
Design submitted by Sriram from India.
Sriram says: I was looking into graphs and the sudden idea emerged. The top panel of the dial is glass and the body color is pure black.
Continue reading Grapha watch plots a dot in time.
Design submitted by Anders from Sweden.
Anders says: I wanted to design something simple, both with regards to the display and the hardware. I call the result ‘Link’. Partly for the strap which is the design’s signature feature, but also for the morse code-esque display of bars and circles.
Continue reading ‘LINK’ watch with morse code-esque digits
Design submitted by Omar from Canada.
Omar says: I saw a design by Kibardindesign and I wanted to make it into a wrist watch.
The time is told using four lcd displays. It is also bluetooth enabled and informs the user when a call is received and when a text message is received. The watch can also find your missing phone by alarming you if the bluetooth connection is lost.
Continue reading Bluetooth watch with bold architectural numbers
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is “Hypercube LCD” an LCD version of the original Hypercube design that featured on the blog back in July 2012.
I wanted to keep the same kind of faceted geometric cube shape that looks somewhere between architecture and jewelry, but this time using an LCD display.
Continue reading Hypercube: LCD version.
Design submitted by Talgat from Kyrgyzstan.
Talgat says: …and what if time doesn’t fly and drowns?
My design under the name “DROWNING TIME” displays the hours in the usual way (digital)
A desktop clock for the office. For creative and cheerful workers. Giving people positive emotions.
Continue reading “Drowning Time” desktop clock concept.
Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: I thought about digits that are slashed through, but can still be read easily, and came up with the Sliced LED watch concept. The digits are fairly basic 7-segment digits, with some parallel slashes sliced through some unnecessary pieces, causing these new digits to require more than 7 LEDs each.
Continue reading ‘Sliced’ LED watch slashes its way though time.