Tessera
Nev Rawlins
4 devices
Available to install from
the Fitbit mobile app
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Description

Time displayed as an enigmatic-looking arrangement of shapes made up of squares. Named 'Tessera' after the tiles used to make mosaics.

3 columns of 9 squares for hours, minutes & seconds. Indicator squares on each side of the columns appear next to the appropriate squares to give a 6-digit time. Zero indicated by absence of one of these squares.

Information on a second screen is accessed by a tap on the screen: date (with configurable format), steps, distance, heart rate and battery level. Tap again to return to the time.

The colors are configurable.

The screenshot animation runs from 12:57:40 to 12:57:50

This design was created by Lloyd King, from UK, and originally appeared on the Tokyoflash Design Studio. It is published with his permission.

The original design can be found here:

https://blog.tokyoflash.com/2013/01/24/tessera-lcd-watch-uses-columns-to-tell-the-time/

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