Wednesday, September 21, 2011

TokyoFlash Uses RGB LEDs to Make Tricked-Out Time Piece

The "Wasted Time" watch by Tokyo Flash uses RGB color LED display to create a futuristic and changing watch that takes time to the next level. Although the frenetic aspect of the surface would have you believe otherwise, "Wasted" carriers can actually tell the time very easily. Touch a button on the side of the watch and it will show a twisted display of dancing light. The current time blinks for a short period, allowing the wearer to read it easily. Otherwise, Hours are displayed on the outside in the same position as the numbers on a clock, then groups of five minutes on the minutes circle in and only in the center are singles bottom up. A Lapse between 18:00 and 24:00 can be initiated for the night, the lights will slowly light up the screen and then go out every 15 minutes when the animation mode is on.

Not old-fashioned watches, “Wasted” is USB rechargeable. All you have to do is connect it to your computer for a few hours, and you’re set for a full month of LED-fueled, time-telling bliss. There are 300 charges in one battery and the battery is easily replaceable.

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