Time in Notes Watch Design for A Total Music Geek

Time in Notes watch concept was proposed by Laszlo of Hungary for TokyoFlash. This watch has been designed using e-paper in which the time is indicated by melodious musical notes. It has AM/PM utility and also consist of 440 Hz “A” resonance to help in tweaking the musical instruments. There is an option to disable the sound function and the time can be represented only in notes.

Designer : Laszlo for [TokyoFlash]

Time in Notes Watch Design

Time in Notes Watch Design


The idea of showing time musically is considered to be creative and an incredible idea. The product will have a warm welcome among the musicians and total music geek. The design of the case, strap and the display of the watch are beautifully designed and give an elegant look. Notes written on e-paper add an advantage to the grace of the product. It’s beyond imagination to create an excellent product that simply tells the time with a musical note. Unfortunately, not everyone can read music, so this watch target market would be limited. Time in Notes watch would change the phrase “watch/see the time” as “listen/hear the time”.

Time in Notes Watch Design

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Shang-Poh Yu says: September 8, 2011

Hi

I realise this is just a concept but if you ever get funding to put this into production I'll definitely buy one! Great idea!

Shang-Poh Yu says: September 8, 2011

Hi

I realise this is just a concept but if you ever get funding to put this into production I'll definitely buy one! Great idea!







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