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.
Continue reading Orbit watch puts your watch in a spin
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’.
Continue reading Ripples watch with soothing droplet animation (update)
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.
Continue reading Infinity watch sends time plummeting.
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).
Continue reading Gothic e-paper watch rocks your wrist (update)
Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.
Andy says: My idea is based on popular watch Kisai Kaidoku. I decided to use text time message, but to use unconventional text style, to use color spectrum
Continue reading Rainbow spectrum watch translates time into colour.
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: For a long time I have had the idea in the back of my head for a watch design that you could look through rather like a gun scope, this is probably partly inspired by one of Cory’s older designs called “Lock On”
Continue reading Reticle watch targets futuristic time telling.
Design submitted by Wilhelm from South Africa.
Wilhelm says: Splitting digits is nothing new here on the TF blog, so I was inspired to create another version of this idea. My brief was simple; the watch must be easy to read, easy to be manufactured, while keeping the exclusive spirit of a TF watch.
Continue reading Evotch watch splits digits in two for code-like display