Design submitted by Sam F from the USA.
Sam says: A good timepiece should be stunning and attention-grabbing without being confusing. I was drawn to a concept that grouped lights by location, and realized that sorting the LEDs by color the design would be even more abstract and interesting, and stay simple to read. Continue reading Cassiopeia Inspired LED Timepiece
Design submitted by Peter from the UK.
This is “Hybrid MKII” a redesign of “Hybrid” which featured on the blog back in March 2012. Continue reading Hybrid MKII – Hybrid Redesigned LCD Watch
Design submitted by Andree from Australia.
The c.r.y.s.t.a.l watch is based on the stereographic projection of a cubic crystal. Crystallographers use this projection to display three-dimensional crystal info (directions and planes) onto a two-dimensional surface such as paper. Continue reading C.R.Y.S.T.A.L – Cubic Crystal LED Watch Design
Design submitted by Brice from France.
Brice says: I am pleased to introduced my first project called “What’ch V.3″. The idea was to create a watch that can be carried in several ways: bracelet, around the neck and as a pocket watch. Continue reading What’ch V.3 – Aluminum 3-way LED Watch Design
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
The Monolith concept started with sketching for minimalistic numbers. I made these slim blocks with different lengths that form numbers in a new way. They look a bit like a barcode or some skyscraper lights. There are no horizontal elements but these numbers work just fine. Continue reading Monolith – Numbers in Blocks
Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says: While toying with an interesting take on an analog design, I thought of an interesting way to make use of E-ink technology. The RingSix was the result. Continue reading RingSix – E-ink Analog Watch Design
Design submitted by Andrew from the UK.
The following LCD Analogue / Binary Hybrid watch design concept is based on the Retro Computer Game: Asteroids. Where A space craft in the centre of the screen shoot laser blasts at asteroid floating through Space in order to break them up / destroy them. The LED Back Light changes in shade to mark the transition from Dull / Pale Shade; AM to lighter / Brighter Shade: PM. Continue reading Retro Computer Games Inspired LCD Watch