Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: This is “Trylon” a 12-5-9 format LED watch.
I had an idea to design a watch based on the image of the “flux capacitor” from the time traveling Delorean from the “back to the future” movies. In the development stage I had more of a Cylon image in my head and ended up with something between a Cylon and the robot spaceships from the first star-wars films which had a “Y” shape face. The name “Trylon” came from the combination of the “Y” shape face and Cylon like lights.
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Design submitted by Heather (USA) & Sam (Germany)
Heather & Sam say: AURA is a unisex sci-fi fashion LED watch for people who want to look well equipped for the future. The slim case is perforated by four vertically aligned holes, that instantly catch eyes.
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Design submitted by Andy from The Ukraine.
Andy writes: “I decided to create intersection figures, to create an ornamental effect based on digits and colors. After understanding the system, it’s very easy to read the time. Continue reading Watch Design with Intersecting Digits
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: The inspirations for this watch are the number pad of a phone and the metal bracelet Nekura watches.
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Design submitted by Baktiyar from Kyrgyzstan.
Baktiyar says: I decided to come up with a design hours, wanted to show how quickly time flies and how it is priceless,i would like what would people remember about it. After a few sketches here are now turned the clock.
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “Play” is an LCD concept watch that displays the time and date using symbols resembling those found on DVD players and other modern gadgets.
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Design submitted by Mark from New Zealand.
Mark says: “Archaeologists have discovered an ancient runic inscription on a piece of stone ballast in the preserved remains of an unearthed longship revealing that not only did the master rune that all runes are created from was used to write words, but also used to tell the time with each rune representing an hour of the day”.
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