TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch Watch Boasts a Touch Screen Technology and Two Time Zones

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch offers you touch screen technology on your watch, no more pressing a button, it will light up on demand. Don’t let the sophisticated appearance fool you, it’s actually pretty easy to read the time. For you who’ve been longing to find futuristic watch that is able to display time 2 time zones, you should take a look at this watch.

The LCD display of TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch offers 4 different colors: red, blue, green and natural LCD. Aside from being able to display 2 time zones, this watch also features audio feedback, an animation display, alarm, date, and of course touch screen operation. The watch face has 4 hot zones (top, bottom, left, right), simply touch the watch to read time, alarm, date, or light up.

From : TokyoFlash [Buy It Here]

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

Here’s how it works:

To customize this watch, you can hold your finger in place for a few seconds. For example if you need to set the alarm, you can hold your finger over the alarm zone. To set the time, you can hold it over the time zone. Pretty simple and fun to operate.

Don’t worry about accidental input as this watch is programmed with a lock function that will active after 60 seconds (apart from using the light). A dot will appear on the screen to indicate your watch is in locked mode. You can swipe your finger across the screen from left to right to unlock. A video at the bottom of this article will demonstrate this for you.

One of great things about TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch is the attractive and unfathomable display. It looks pretty complex with so many dials and lines, so confusing at first, but just like other TokyoFlash watches, there’s a simple method to read the time that becomes second nature very quickly.

Around the outside of the display are 12 large blocks that indicate the current hour in the same position as hours on a regular clock. Just inside that are smaller dots for the minutes 1-60. The two center most rings show time zone 2: hours and minutes. [Buy It Here

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

TokyoFlash Kisai Rogue Touch

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Futuristic Instant Moon Base for Astronauts

If you are given a chance to stay on Moon for more than 6 months with all possible facilities, would you miss that opportunity? Of course not…check out a semi-permanent moon base designed by Experimental architecture firm “Architecture and Vision” to provide a stay for months at a time for astronauts. This base is equipped with all technical as well as necessary resources which are required to stay for 6 months. It can house up four people at a time to carry out all serious amount of research. Its design looks cool and very comfortable to stay in for months. Anyone would love to have such a house with amazing colors and style in the moon !

futuristic instan moon base

futuristic instan moon base

futuristic instan moon base

futuristic instan moon base

Designer : ArchitectureAndVision via io9 and Gizmodo




Dish Dryer Design by Matias Conti

Even the movement of waves can be a great inspiration for Matias Conti. This industrial designer has designed an attractive dish dryer with wave-shaped structure to help draining the water faster while holding the plates, glasses as well as spoons. He says that every line in this sexy dish dryer can change its position and size enhancing the visual dynamism. It is designed with a special shaped lip to allow you to add as many dryers as needed by only clipping one over another.

Designer : Matias Conti

Dish Dryer

Dish Dryer

Dish Dryer

Dish Dryer






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