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HYT H3 Watch
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At Baselworld 2015, HYT (the Hydromechanical Horologists) introduces its Most Advanced Timepiece: the new H3 which is reinventing the wrist watch with its case measuring 62 x 41 mm. Its bespoke shaped movement is a perfect fit for each contour.
The upper part of this living sculpture houses the bellows mechanism. The first, on the left, drives the progression of the fluid and therefore the time display. Its counterpart, on the right, compensates for this progression in the capillary. Less than one millimetre in diameter, this glass tube, operating in a vacuum, still contains two fluids: the first, (water-based) yellow fluid serves to tell the time; the second (viscous-based) translucent fluid works in opposition. A meniscus separates them.
The central part of the H3 is reserved for the time display. This features neither hands, nor satellite, nor any other system of time-reading ever invented before. Instead, HYT has created a rotating dial with 4 faces arranged along the time display tube. Each of these faces is graduated with 6 hours, thereby enabling the 24 hours of the day to be displayed. The price of the HYT H3 wrist watch in titanium is $292,000 USD
[ #inspiration #Creative ]In Milan Design Week 2014, Japanese designer Nao Tamura has created a floating installation influenced by the earthquake that struck Japan in 2011 for Lexus Design Amazing exhibition. "We lost a lot of people and I thought life is so fragile, people are so fragile," said Tamura. "But also because of the tragedy, we learned to accept the nature and live in harmony with it."