Hand-Drawn Watch Takes on the Smartwatch with Imagination
Inclusive Watches take us back to basics: draw on your wrist your own perception of time
Long gone are the days when our watches performed only one basic function: telling time. Now, they can track our heart rate, predict our music preferences or send off a tweet into the social media wilderness. With phones that always stay close to their owners and interconnected devices with the capacity to track every detail of our physical lives, the necessity of a watch has been lost amidst its technological counterparts.
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