Once you've mastered reading the classic analog watch, why not take a stab at deciphering the Vein Watch? Samuel Jerichow's wristwatch concept is an intriguing attempt to reinvent the way that the hour is represented and read. Can you make sense of it?
With inspiration coming from the circulatory system, the designer developed a system that courses like blood through one's body. Beginning in the top left corner of the rectilinear face, the indicating line extends and branches out to pass points and terminate in places that align with the familiar 12-part dial. This helps the user learn to understand the complex interface of the TokyoFlash Vein Watch. Step two is figuring out how the date is delineated.