Don't be surprised if the next time you visit your psychiatrist you see them wearing the Rorschach watch. The Rorschach watch was designed by Samuel Jerichow and uses the famous abstract ink blots to tell time.
Telling time using ink blots is admittedly a little difficult at first. The blots of ink that appear on the watch's face don't give much in the way of hints. It is only when you look inside or around the ink, depending on the time, that you will start to see the numbers form.
After a few (many) practice sessions, telling time using the Rorschach watch becomes a breeze. After you've mastered telling the time, you can start to enjoy the unique look of the watch's face. Seriously, what other watch has an ever-changing inkblot for a face?
The Rorschach Watch Tells Time Using Inkblots
1. Inkblot Watches - Designing watches with unique and creative methods of telling time, such as using inkblots as numbers.
2. Personality-driven Timepieces - Creating timepieces that not only tell the time, but also express the personality and interests of the wearer.
3. Interactive Watches - Developing watches that require user interaction to display the time, such as interpreting inkblot patterns.
1. Fashion - Introducing more unique and unconventional watch designs into the fashion industry.
2. Psychology - Partnering with psychologists to create watches that are not only functional timepieces, but also act as diagnostic tools.
3. Technology - Incorporating interactive features into future watch designs, such as touch screens or vocal commands.