Spacetime Watch Features Raised Spots That Revolve to Indicate the Hour

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Feb 26, 2014 • References: dansalisbury & yankodesign
The creator of the Spacetime Watch concept was inspired by how Earth's orbit around the sun has influenced the way that humans have come to break down and experience time. With daily and yearly revolutions in mind, Daniel Salisbury came up with a design that turns your typical hour and minute hands into star- and planet-like points.

Three small spheres that represent seconds, minutes and hours would be installed within the dial of the astronomical chronograph. These would be raised above the rest of the mechanical components and create little tactile bumps in the malleable TPE over-mold surface of the wristwatch. The soft and white skin of the Spacetime Watch gives it a futuristic look that's still timeless and easy to read with the eyes and the fingertips. Stats for Astral Orbiting Timepieces Trending: Older & Mild
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