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Tokyoflash Radiation Level LED Watch Concept: Post-Apocalyptic Timepiece

by Lambert Varias
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I can see how this concept watch submitted by a Japanese designer might be considered crass by some, especially in light of the situation in Fukushima. Honestly, when I saw it the first thing that came to my mind was Fallout and the game’s Pip-Boy wrist computer. The watch doesn’t really measure radiation levels though, the displays are just styled that way.

tokyoflash radiation level led concept watch by yamada

In keeping with Tokyoflash strict standards of not being practical as a timepiece, the minutes and hours are divided between three displays:

tokyoflash radiation level led concept watch by yamada 2

Here’s an animated video of the watch:

Judging from the comments on Tokyoflash’s website, this would sell well if it was turned into an actual product, although honestly it’s a tad too childish for me. At least it’s not that hard to read compared to the other watches that Tokyoflash makes.

[via Ubergizmo]

 

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