Design submitted by Lance from Australia.
Lance says: One night after a long day at work I parked my car in the city street and then proceeded to try and read the parking meter in the dark. I pulled out my trusty phone to use the LED flash as a torch so I could read the meter. Sure enough I dropped my phone on the concrete (smashing its screen in the process!). After I got over the anger, the idea came to me. Why not have a flash light built into a watch! I’ve never seen someone drop their watch!
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Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
Andrew says: Hadron is a Torus analogue wrist watch is inspired by the large Hadron collider at CERN. The Hadron Collider uses high powered electromagnets to pull atoms / electrons around a giant loop of Vacuum tube to close the speed of light before smashing them together to reveal the sub-atomic structure of the universe. This lead to the discover of the Higgs boson Particle. (Materials: See Diagrams)
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Design submitted by Patrick from France.
Patrick says: With the help of the sun, the “Full-Solar-Watch” is a watch with a large solar panel which makes it possible to activate LED continuously. Continue reading Full solar watch continuously activates LED