Gábor Balogh Envisions the Future of Smartwatches with this TRIWA-Based Concept
Mar 11, 2014 11:17
These watches look like stylish traditional wrist watches you'd wear to any function. But they're hiding something else. They're hiding a smart function.
Moving away from the tech-centric look of smartwatch design like Samsung's Gear Fit and Gear 2, Hungarian freelance designer Gábor Balogh envisions a less intrusive aesthetic with his new TRIWA-based concept.
The design swaps out the timepiece's standard face in favor of a circular display showing everything from analog time and smartphone-esque call and message interfaces to a heart rate monitor, weather, music, navigation and more.
Definitely something you'll want to wear for sure.
Head over to The Verge to catch further details regarding Balogh’s concept.
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