This digital projection watch, dubbed Ritot, rethinks the traditional timepiece. Although not straying too far from wearable technology as it is, it presents information in a much different way. Instead of having a face to read off of, it projects the time as well as information from social media and more on the forearm.
Designed by San Francisco-based Ivan Powell and Paul Smith, the digital projection watch allows such an accessory to remain sleek and simple. It only projects such things as the time when desired. With more than 20 colors available, people can have a Ritot watch for every conceivable outfit they have. The digital projection watch has already surpassed its original Indiegogo goal of $50,000 by almost four times the amount.
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The Ritot Watch by Ivan Powell and Paul Smith is the First of Its Kind
- By: Meghan YoungJul 16, 2014