Open-Source Design Could Lead To A Fully Customizable Smartwatch

Open-Source Design Could Lead To A Fully Customizable Smartwatch

With 3D-printed cases and a la carte apps, your smartwatch could rejoin your wardrobe as something that's truly unique to you.

Rachel Pincus
  • 8 may 2014

Let’s face it – smartwatches aren’t the most fashionable members of the watch community yet. They’re certainly better than wearing an entire smartphone on your wrist, but especially for people with small hands and wrists, their enormity can overwhelm, and the fact that they were designed by electronics manufacturers and not watch designers, can repel.

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