Design submitted by Jobby from France.
I am inspired by the watches at Tokyoflash. After seeing a plasma globe I was incredibly curious to know how it works and wanted to see it in more uses than a just an object for decoration. It looks and behaves in a very futuristically, it has a life of its own. It could be liked by many sci-fi fans. I hope you will like it too. Continue reading Plasma Globe Inspired Watch Design
Design submitted by Devindh from the UK.
Devindh says: “When I was a child I owned an LCD digital watch that had its screen accidentally cracked. I remember being saddened to see the entire face blacked out by Liquid Crystal. This design takes that incident and uses it as the inspiration for a Hybrid Analog/LCD wrist watch.
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Design submitted by Cory from the USA.
Cory says: “The patterns from particle accelerators formed very interesting and unique designs. Coupled with the techy looking equipment from CERN and Large Hadron Collider, I thought to create a watch design that made use of both. Continue reading Particle LED Watch Design – Accelerate Time
Design submitted by Olivier from France.
Olivier says: “I used to lose my USB key often so I came up with the idea to attach the USB key to my watch. Basically, the features are identical as the Escape C watch (skype, MP3 and Bluetooth) with the possibility to use bluetooth headphones and the USB key to store music or any computer data. Continue reading Konect Tokyo USB Concept Watch
Design submitted by Ranjan from India.
Ranjan says: “The inspiration for this watch design came from chat symbols such as the smiley, falling hearts, showering stars, rising sun, moon light. Using these symbols, I have designed a watch. Continue reading Smiley, Heart, Sun, Moon Watch Design
Design submitted by Galvano from Brasil.
Galvano says: “The idea for this watch design appeared after I bought some Tokyoflash watches and studied the different ways to see the time. This changed my way of thinking about watches and opened a world of possibilities, systems, design. Continue reading Galo LED Watch Design
Design submitted by Sam from Germany.
Sam says: “This is an adaptation of the idea I had for my San Sen watch. This time, I use an imaginary center line to divide the watch into two parts: One always black, the other one whatever is possible. I planned to let “the other side” be also transparent even. So all the necessary technology needs to be hidden in the black part. Continue reading Duality LCD Analog Watch Design