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Posts Tagged ‘ Clock ’

Interchangable Display Interfaces For Smart Watches


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Designers Albert Salamon and Michal Zylinsk have developed ‘TTMM’, a collection of interchangable smartwatch interfaces for timepieces with black and white 144×168 pixel screens such as the pebble, kreyos, hotwatch and wellograph. Each app is available in 20 different variations and in black or white; the styles run from a business aesthetic with TTMMchart to a sci-fi theme with ‘TTMinus’. Users are able to upload, install and change the face of their clock whenever they’d like, directly using the pebble smartwatch application.

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Bamboo Wall Clock MOCAP by J.P.Meulendijks Design Studio


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Check out this very interesting wall clock MOCAP designed by J.P.Meulendijks Design Studio. When standing in front of this bamboo wall-clock, its numbers are clear and visible, but walk around it and you’ll notice that they slowly dissolve, falling apart in a vague white fuzz. Inspired by the movie industries motion capture technology, this striking optical illusion is created by small, white balls that extend various distances from the matte black surface on pegs of the same color and appear to float effortlessly in the air.

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Girard Perregaux Sea Hawk Collection


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Acknowledging the first generation of Sea Hawks in 1940s, Girard Perregaux Sea Hawk Collection is remarkable combination of classic style and modern technology . First introduced in 1980 the Sea Hawk features anti-clockwise bezel, helium valve for professional divers, fully waterproof steel case that can hold up-to 1500kg of pressure. Pictured above is a brushed steel, mechanical Movement GP3300, octagon bezel and easily readable dial.

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The Clock White by Humans Since 1982


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Sweden based Humans since 1982 teamed up with Australian engineer David Cox to accomplish this mind bending clock concept. This artistic clock re-contextualizes time in a mix of old and new, analogue and digital. The clock is made of 24 two-handed analogue clocks. Six clocks make up a number, each of them displaying either one of its corners or one of its sides. All 24 clocks create one giant display similar to that of a digital watch. This work is notable for its digital/analogue format and the choreography that takes place between the minutes.

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White And White Wall Clock.


This wall clock “White & White”  was created by designer Vadim Kibardin from Russia. The White & White Clock is a modern 3D interpretation of the traditional digital clock. Nothing else, simply time. In dark hours the light sensitive sensor changes the brightness of the digits to a less intense white. All of the digits are part of a single unit, and as the title suggests, it switches between two shades of white.

Used As Read.


Is your phone a camera or the camera your digital player as well?  Confused?  You ought to be.  As newer generations in gadgets and devices come out, the clear demarcation of their lineage gets blurry for the sake of multi-functionality. In the name of salvaging individual identity, “mintselect @ mintpass” has designed a range of devices in the typographical form of their function. Called the “Used as Read” series, the stackable lineup includes a speaker, a remote control, a woofer, a music player and amp, a radio and a lamp.

The Ninja Time Watch.


This little beast (named the Ninja Time watch) has two “eyes” which show the hour and the minute, while the rest of the watch is dedicated to framing them in a way that looks assuredly ninja in style. The entire casing is made from molded plastic, the dials controlled by the ninja’s “ears” so you can set the time whenever you like.

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