Category Archives: Watch Designs

Scantron watch passes the test

Design submitted by Valentin from the USA.

Valentin says: I was taking a test at school the other day and i noticed that the answer sheet was pretty cool especially if i could use it to design a watch, so i got home, made plans and sketches and started making it.

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WAVE LED watch animates on your wrist

Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

Heather says: I was actually inspired when I tried to read a watch display concept by Lloyd from Australia.  I was reading it incorrectly at first, looking for digits that weren’t there to find.  But then I thought, that would work.  So I developed this LED concept with animation that is basically an LED version of Kisai Stencil.  Because the only LEDs necessary create a somewhat wave-like layout, I decided to give it a wave-like animation and entitle it WAVE. The animation can be set to automatically turn on at various intervals.

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Hexecule watch Analog & Digital in one!

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This design was inspired by a computer game logo from a game I played recently. As soon as I saw the logo I thought it would make a great watch face. “Hexecule” was the result.

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Tessera LCD watch uses columns to tell the time.

Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.

Lloyd says: This LCD concept watch displays the time and date using an enigmatic-looking arrangement of shapes made up of squares. That’s why it’s called “Tessera”, after the small square tiles used to make mosaics.

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Kisai Adjust – Concept to Reality

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