With timepieces embedded into every electronic gizmo nowadays, the humble wristwatch is on its way out, you might think. That's until you see this bizarrely cool prototype watch from designer Nicolas Lehotzky. Driven by a caterpillar-tread-alike drive, it turns the time-telling process inside out, from a virtual display into a sedate physical crawl around your wrist once every 12 hours. Brilliant! Forget the fact it looks slightly uncomfy... it's such a neat design I'd practically chop my arm off to own one, though that'd then complicate wearing it. [Gizmag]
Pretty cool design, but it would feel weird to have something moving on my arm all day.
@Yousty: That is because companies never give cool stuff to the employees, they save it for upper management and customers. They save those lame baseball hats for you guys and you have to perform some miracle to get even that.