Kisai Neutron LED Watch by TokyoFlash

The digital time presented in a new and innovative form. Kisai Neutron features sub-surface LED light bars that curve around your wrist like a time piece from the future. A customizable design, you can choose whether the watch displays the time by pulsing in & out or waving up & down. Integrated motion sensor technology means you can activate the display with a flick of the wrist or at the touch of a button. Kisai Neutron is very easy to read. Touch the button and four digits of time will appear on the display. These indicate the time in your choice of 12 or 24 hour format. Depending on whether you choose fade mode or wave mode, the digits will pulse in & out or wave up & down. Touch the lower button and the date is displayed in the same way in your choice of DD/MM or MM/DD format.

“Subway” LCD Watch Concept

Take a look at the following interesting watch concept called “Subway”. It was submitted to TokyoFlash by designer from UK Peter. Peter says: “This is “Subway”. I had an idea of a always on LCD display that showed continuously changing apparently random numbers. Some of the numbers tell the time but without knowing the order are completely meaningless. To tell the time the watch would be activated either by a button or touch-sensitive screen controls. Once activated an animated chain links the appropriate numbers together showing the time, the order the numbers are linked in shows the order in which they should be read. This means of displaying a sequence of numbers would work equally well for the date too. This animated chain looks like the graphics used on some underground train maps hence the name subway.” If this design get sufficient number of votes this watch will be produced. Take a look!

Binary Flow – Creative Watch from TokyoFlash

Famous company Tokyoflash has created concept design – Binary Flow – that, as they say, is extremely simple to read. And it’s rather controversial claim. Hours, groups of 10 minutes and single minutes are shown in three sections; each line indicating an hour, a group of 10 minutes or a single minute. The date is shown in the same way. As additional bonus you can determine the time in binary within the same display.