Implications - Watches are worn to convey a certain message about a wearer. As more and more people rely on their cell phones to tell time, watchmakers on the forefront have begun integrating additional features. These new accessories are offering aid, for example weight loss tools, ‘sound’ for the deaf, or communication devices.
If you've ever flown from Europe to Asia with multiple stops in between, you would definitely appreciate this watch designed by Jacky Wu, Neo Chen & Eric Liu. Ticketime is a boarding pass as well as a… [More]
The Vibering by designers Kwang-seok Jeong, Min-hee Kim and Hyun-joong Kim is a very ingenious sound detection and identification system to help the deaf and hard of hearing capture the sounds around them… [More]
John Pszeniczny has designed the fastest watch on Earth dubbed the F1/Carbon GMT.
The designer sough inspiration from the world of F1 race cars, leading to the construction of carbon fiber, Swarovski… [More]
The Exmocare BT2 is a watch but it is not like any ordinary watch. This watch is designed to keep workers on their toes and your boss looking over your shoulders.
The BT2 is designed to measure physiological… [More]
Nike is releasing the next version of the Nike+ Sportband, their high tech training assist tool. The Nike+ Sportband has a removable USB which can be directly plugged into your computer allowing you to… [More]
Timeflex is a disposable concept watch that is adhesive with a transparent skin, allowing you to stick it to your skin or clothes. It comes with a touch screen, a strong power supply, control buttons and… [More]