Unimatrix watch, resistance is futile.

Design submitted by Sam of Borg.

Sam says: This watch is inspired by the Borg stasis alkoven displays used in Star Trek. The were so called plasma discs used as sophisticated stand-by lights for sleeping Borg – cybernetic aliens.

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Union watch skips digits to save time.

Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: My idea for UNION was to unify all digits of the time display, that are the same, to save numbers and to create an interesting look. For example a 22 would become a big 2. This is where the fun started.

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Segments LED/LCD watch with cube like digits

Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.

Laszlo says: LCD or LED watch with time and date function.

Imagine a square, slice it to 9 equal parts. On every common side make a segment. They are the numbers 1-9. Cryptic at first glance but logical.

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Neon io LED watch wraps digits around themselves.

Design submitted by Sam from Germany.

Sam says: NEON IO is a display concept, that came to being while working on the NEON concept. Instead of the classical 2×2 array, I’m using an inside-out display. Since the numbers are hollow, there is enough space in them to contain another number.

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Retro-bot LED watch shows the time robo-style.

Design submitted by Heather from the USA.

I was inspired by an older blog entry posted by Tokyoflash that used two colors of LEDs to count the time: http://www.tokyoflash.com/blog/2010/02/time-to-streamline/ The Retro-bot LED watch concept is meant to be similar to the classic Tokyoflash watches, but instead of using counting to tell the time, the display shows a distorted version of the digital time.

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Turbofan Mechanical watch with armour plated blades!

Design submitted by Peter from the UK.

Peter says: This is “Turbofan” a remake of an earlier design called “Fan”.

The face of the watch is inspired by the blades of a fan. This inspiration makes for a technical looking dial that kind of looks like armour plating that constantly animates with the movement of the hands.

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