The watches’ designs you must know

The watch design is becoming an increasingly popular area as a result many unique, innovative and futuristic watch designers are being created by designers nowadays.

With many modern gadgets featuring time telling functions, the death of the wristwatch is sometimes speculated. However as these watch designs show there is still plenty of life left, and the use of 3D software allows designers to create some really stunning images as well as video representations of their work.

The future of watch design is made more exciting by the continual emergence of new colors, materials and finishes, which bring new creative opportunities. New technology, too brings challenge. “All futurists agree that the wrist is prime real estate for wearable technology.– Scott Wilson

All watches provide the time of the day, giving at least the hour and minute, and usually the second. Timepieces are often appreciated as jewelry or as collectible works of art. This has shaved several different designs for wristwatches, ranging from one hand to three hands that serve mainly as personal adornment or as examples of high achievement in miniaturization and precision mechanical engineering.

Single hand Watch

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Two hands Watch

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Three hands watch

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Now, as cellphones, computers, and smartwatches weigh us down as we trudge through an information society we are reminded of the evanescence of technology. The world has changed, but seconds still fold into minutes and these fold into hours. However, since the 16th century, men and women around the world have carried watches. The design of watch will continue to carry forward, be a part around our life.

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