Design submitted by Heather from the USA.
A subtle smart watch design that uses a circular display matrix to display the time & simple text messages & notification icons. The watch informs you of new emails, social chat (such as Skype or Facebook) as well as remaining you of calendar events & missed phone calls. You can also control your music while you are jogging by skipping tracks or pausing etc. The time is displayed in the bottom half of the watch face as regular digits.
The unassuming shape of the watch makes it easy for anyone to wear, but the tunnel-like display adds a touch of uniqueness.
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Design submitted by Albert from the USA.
Albert says: I liked the concept of the 12-5-9 format, and I thought that it would be interesting to have 3 distinct ‘faces’ that could be read at a more acute angle, and not require much turning of the wrist. The format also lends itself to a more Sci-Fi like mystique, as well as providing an interesting profile. Continue reading 12-5-9 format sci-fi LED watch design
Design submitted by Lloyd from the UK.
Lloyd says: “Infraction” is an LCD concept watch design which, as the name suggests, displays the time and date literally “in” what appear to be fractions. Don’t worry, though. Absolutely no maths is needed and telling the time is very easy. Continue reading Infraction displays fractioned time
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: The Ixpansion is an analog LCD smartwatch. It uses a radial array of segments to show rather traditional watch hands in a minimalistic manner. The main feature of the display the expansion of any kind of information from the hands.
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Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “Digitalis” is an LCD concept watch design with 2 very different cryptic modes that display the time and date in a way that is both enigmatic yet easy to understand.
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Design submitted by Delphine from France.
Delphine says: I’m an amateur guitar player and I love music so I’d love to wear a guitar watch.
I see the design made with a metal case with luminous lines representing guitar strings. The strap is made in leather with metal frets (like a guitar fretboard) closed by a “jaws” clasp.
I tell the time on a screen. The numbers are made with string lines.
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Design submitted by Matt from Canada.
Matt says: This is STEAM, because of the steampunk appearance. The idea for the display came while watching a movie, specifically a short animation of one of the producing company at his beginning. There was a gauge at the left followed by eight rectangles displaying changing numbers that eventually changed to the name of the company.
Continue reading STEAM watch ideal for the Victorian time traveller.