Design submitted by Valentin from the USA.
Valentin says: I came up with this idea from my favourite type of watches, so i decided to design this one. The design has translucent dials that light up and rotate to the specific time. The time is read from top to bottom under the arrow on the case of the watch.
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Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
Heather says: The last TF Blog Progress Report expressed interest in new technologies, such as EL sheet, which is somewhere between LCD and LED. At first, I just wanted to make a cool looking unisex design with vertically stretched always on glowing numbers. When I designed the numbers, they appeared to me like they were being squeezed together from the sides, like they were in a vise. So I named the concept VISE. Then I thought about what a vise actually does, and I realized that this concept can go further. I can solve the problem of watches being too big/clunky for ladies.
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “Confusion” is a modern-looking LCD concept watch that displays the time in a simple but puzzling way using jumbled up numbers. The idea occurred to me over a year ago after seeing Heather and Sam’s design “Out of Order”.
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Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: Some artworks are intentionally incomplete, so that the brain constructs alone, the missing parts.
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Design submitted by Firdaus from Malaysia.
Firdaus says: I wanted to make a Tokyoflash watch that is simple, lightweight and mainstream but still unique and Tokyoflashy.
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Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is “Trylon LCD” an LCD version of the original Trylon concept.
Like the original design this watch is inspired by the image of the “flux capacitor” from the time traveling Delorean from the “back to the future” movies combined with a hint of Cylon. The name “Trylon” came from the combination of the “Y” shape face and Cylon like display.
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Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: This is a project, I couldn’t properly sketch for on paper. I imagined a pattern that consists of LCD lines with different thicknesses. I wanted to create a cascaded gradient from dark to bright (or vice versa) that contains the time telling numbers. The lines of the backgrounds and the adjacent numbers should be interlocking and create a black and white mesh.
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