The Digilog Watch Tells Time Using Light and Dark Pixels

By: Michael Hines - Published: May 27, 2012 • References: tinyurl & tuvie
Chances are you won’t be able to tell the time on the Digilog Watch at first glance. That’s okay, because it takes a special level of understanding to comprehend Nazuk Keshan’s unique take on the wristwatch. The Digilog Watch has no hands or numbers, instead telling time using light and dark pixels.

The pixels are meant to express the contrast between light and dark. When there are more dark pixels on the screen than light, the time on the watch is morning. The time itself is told in a rather unique way. The bottom half of the pixelated semi-circle tells the hour, with the small, free-floating pixel used to tell the minute. Keshan’s Digilog Watch may not be the best for telling the exact time, but it sure makes one heck of a fashion statement. Stats for 8-Bit-Influenced Wristwatches Trending: Older & Average
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