The Vera Watch Tells Time Using Magenta and Cyan Dots and Dahses

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: & tuvie
The Vera watch is the latest conceptual timekeeper from Spanish designer Löytö Esineiden. The watch is designed with a face that is unconventional to say the least. The face of the Vera features no hands. Instead, you tell time using colors, circles and dash marks.

Telling time using the Vera watch can be a bit of a challenge. For starters, you must know that magenta is used to indicate the hours, while cyan is used for the minutes. The circles and dash marks show the numbers for the hours and minutes. When a number is colored purple, you know that the hour and minute are occupying the same hole (2:10, for example). The minimalist look and unique face design make the Vera watch a one-of-a-kind design. Here's hoping it can go from concept to reality relatively soon. Stats for Chromatic Minimalist Timekeepers Trending: Older & Average
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