Design submitted by Ron from the Netherlands.
Ron says: I wanted a cool bracelet which at first doesn’t look like a watch. It should off course also be a watch, but if you see the bracelet nothing would make it look like a watch. So no circular shapes and no watch-like band. Continue reading Tokyoron LED bracelet style LED watch
Design submitted by Sascha from Germany.
Sascha says: “The idea for this watch design arose from my intention to buy a new futuristic watch. I started thinking about the attributes that I personally set value on, and after some thoughts I began working a timepiece I would love to wear myself, whereat I focused on light and not being minimalistic. Continue reading Futuristic Watch Brings Art To Your Wrist
Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “This concept watch design is called “Checkpoint”. I thought it would be fun to create a modern-looking watch with circular LED lights that resembles a conventional analog watch. It’s called “Checkpoint” because you have to check the points (spots) to find out the time and date.
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Design submitted by Mattia from Italy.
Mattia says: “After millions of paper sheets full of sketches, I was looking at some Dieter Rams design work on my iMac… and the idea came to me! Continue reading Dieter Rams Inspired LED Watch Design
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “The inspiration for Raster is the checkerboard. There are many ways to handle this inspiration. I chose a subtle way with classical 7-segement digits to tell the time.
Continue reading Raster – LED Watch Design Inspired By Checkerboard
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
Peter says: “This is RECG (Rotational Electrocardiogram). The inspiration for this design is a heart rate monitor or ecg. I have seen other concepts before using similar inspiration but all seemed to have a very abstract time telling method. I wanted to use an easy recognisable time telling method using off the shelf technologies. Continue reading RECG Watch Design Pulsates The Time
Design submitted by Andy from the Ukraine.
I decided to realise a domino-watch using boxes and points. Three boxes at the top of the watch first means the first digit of the hour and six boxes at the bottom of the display means first digit of the minutes. The Domino dots at the top of the display indicates the second digit of the hour and domino dots at the bottom of the display indicates the second digit of the minutes. (see examples on how to tell the time in scheme picture). Continue reading Domino Dots Display The Time