The Cognitime Watch Requires a Quick Lesson to Tell Time

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Jan 28, 2014 • References: watchismo & watchismo
We're seeing a distinct rise in the number of timepieces that are completely doing away with digits to tell time and rely on symbolism to convey time, which is what's the case with the Cognitime Watch. Featuring an infinitely-like face that uses electronic notches to denote time, the Cognitime Watch forces the wearer to constantly question both what's displayed and what isn't in order to get the most accurate reading.

The Cognitime Watch is an example of a more relaxed approach to time telling; instead of being quite clear about displaying it, it can be somewhat baffling unless you know what you're looking for. Each of the sections on the face of the Cognitime Watch represent a different form of time keeping ranging from seconds to hours, so it'll likely only take a few tries to learn. Stats for Infinitely Complexing Timepieces Trending: Older & Mild
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