Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: It’s simple, I like metal watch, with animated LEDs.
The “Profusely-LEDs-Watch”. It is a watch with programmable LEDs and it can be connected with its smartphone, it indicates the outside temperature, the weather, it receives messages (e-mail, SMS etc)
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Design submitted by Gabriel from Romania.
Gabriel says: Although this design has nothing to do with the planetary system I decided to call it Orbit because the LEDs are rotating around the center of the watch.
The LED’s orbit around the center of the watch forming the time in an digital way. The numbers bend to the center forming a relative simple way to read the time.
I think this watch model suits those who want a modern and tech watch that keep the lines of a regular one.
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Design submitted by Nev from the UK.
Nev says: As a child, I used to love watching the rain and seeing ripples on water resulting from raindrops. This formed the inspiration for ‘Ripples’.
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Design submitted by Josh from Australia.
Josh says: I have been always fascinated by “infinity mirrors”, and watches, so I thought “why don’t I combine them?” after a bit of hard work, (and frustration with the modelling software I was using) this is what I came up with. I do apologize for the slightly horrible picture.
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Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: I decided to create a watch that uses old fashion / calligraphy styled digits.
This lead to the “Gothic” wristwatch design. Which uses a: LED, LCD or E-paper / E-ink to display the time Display. Constructed in either: IP black, Gun-Metal or Stainless Steel This watch has three display modes: Alarm, Date & Time (Default).
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Design submitted by Matt from Canada.
Matt says: I present GRID 2.0
It’s a remake of my Grid watch submission ( http://blog.tokyoflash.com/2014/08/grid-watch-merges-cryptic-digital-time-reading/ ) based on a few suggestions:
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Design submitted by Jacques from The Netherlands.
Jacques says: The watch is a redesign of the watch I posted earlier. Although the watch looks quite different from the first one, the principle actually is the same. A minimalistic watch with a completely blank front and time reading functionality on the side, which creates a surprising effect compared to the many watches with frontal displays and numerous clocks/pointers etc.
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