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 Jens from Sweden.
Jens says: “When I played around with different shapes for digits, I discovered the empty spaces between them and thought these patterns should give enough information to show the time. Continue reading Watch That Shows Time Between The Numbers
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
Design submitted by Timur from Kyrgyzstan.
Timur says: “Creations of hours in style of a solar eclipse has been developed by me owing to the rare and beautiful natural phenomenon as an eclipse. This natural the phenomena always caused in me feeling of delight and surprise. Continue reading A Watch Design That Eclipses Time
Design submitted by Logan from the USA.
Logan says: “Imagine drawing a line from 12 o’clock to 6 o’clock, diving the clock face in two. The Symmetry watch answers the question, “How you can you tell time using only half of the clock face?” Continue reading Symmetry Watch Inverts Time
Design submitted by Laszlo from Hungary.
An “always on” LCD watch design with color changeable LED backlighting. The upper left 6 segments indicate 5×2 hours and +1 hour. The 6 segments in the left botton indicates 5×10 minutes and 5 minutes. The 4 segments in the right side of the screen is 4×1 minute. Minimal calculating of the time. Continue reading Cube Watch Design Builds A Cube As Time Passes
Design submitted by Lloyd from Australia.
Lloyd says: “This watch design is called “Time Splitter” and was inspired by a puzzle I created about 8 years ago. The display may look a bit weird at first, but is actually very easy to read once you know the trick behind it. Continue reading Time Splitter Watch Design Cuts Time In Two