Radar Watch – Press the Button to Find Your Personal Style
Click here to visit the Radar Watch Kickstarter Campaign
The Radar Watch has an e-paper display, which aims to replicate the look of military-radars with the use of 60 display segments. So if you would like to change the pattern on the watch-face simply press the red button and change it. As a result, with over 200,000 display patterns, every watch looks unique. And every time your press the button the segments on the e-paper display will change randomly.
At the time of this posting, the Radar Watch – Press the Button to Find Your Personal Style campaign is running. They have $9,888 pledged of $11,869 goal. This from 124 backers with 15 days to go.
We invite learn more about this extraordinary watch-project – the Radar Watch. . Click here to visit the Radar Watch Kickstarter Campaign.
Episode 30 Recap
The Invention Stories Podcast Episode 30 begins with Igor sharing with our listeners his background. He shares some of the journey that led him to created the Calendar Watch and now the Radar Watch. If you have not listened to this previous episode, please click here
Igor Basargin, Ph.D.
Partner, Head of Office in Vienna.
Igor Basargin founded the Incor Alliance Law Office in 2000. Today he heads the international practice and the company’s headquarters in Vienna. Igor has a wide variety of experience accompanied by international corporate transactions and investment, providing advisory services in the construction of foreign holdings, as well as in international trade. Especially relevant, Igor is an expert in labor law.
Who Are What?
WHAT? is revolutionizing the watch industry one watch at a time by making watches that are unique in design and functionality for people that want to stand out. What? builds high quality watches that use the right amount of technology to set them apart from both smartwatch and classic watch brands.
How did What? Begin?
Brooklyn, NY is where it all started when their founder Igor Basargin joined up with Masashi Kawamura, a renowned Japanese Creative Director, to come up with the concepts of our watches. Since successfully launching, Whatwatch is now operating worldwide, with offices in New York, Switzerland, Vienna and Hong Kong.
In Conclusion, I want to thank Igor Basargin for allowing us to interview him If you are an inventor or think about inventing…we invite you to download, listen, share Episodes 30 and 31…Igor Basargin and the Calendar Watch Part 1 and 2. And so please…tell a friend.
For more information, please visit www.whatwatch.com