Tokyoflash Intros Kisai Rorschach Watch

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I like the looks of this, especially the black one….   more pics and details below for you..

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Tokyoflash Japan has just released its first ePaper watch, Kisai Rorschach.
Here’s a brief description of the watch:

"In 1921 Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach pioneered the now famous "Rorschach inkblot test". A series of mysterious ink blots used to evaluate patient’s thoughts and emotions by their response as to what the patterns remind them of.
Kisai Rorschach replicates the appearance of an inkblot on paper while cleverly displaying the digital time. The watch includes 3 time modes, date, alarm, positive and negative modes and is only 6.4mm thin."

Reading the time is simple. Hours are shown in the top right, minutes in the bottom left, the rest of the screen is a reflection of these digits which creates the inkblot effect.
Kisai Rorschach was originally a concept submitted to the Tokyoflash Design Studio Blog by Tokyoflash fan Sam Jerichow from Germany.
The watch is available at the special release price of $179 (€134, £114) including free shipping, until Thursday November 21st at 11:00am Japan time.
there is a video demo here on our YouTube channel.
There’s also an impressive fan submitted video here,