In some cases, the most basic of creations are the most gorgeous ones, and it is not a surprise that customer fad in the direction of minimalistic designs is increasing, particularly where wearable electronic devices are concerned. Get in – – FES Watch, which is built totally from e-paper in addition to its structure naturally. The Style Entertainments startup (FES) is a sub department of Sony, makings this item a lot more appealing.

Simply a while back, there were records about Sony allegedly planning on developing a watch made totally out of e-paper, and as crazy at it sounded, Sony has strolled the talk by unveiling the device from its FES subdivision which is entrusted with developing and trying out with products for the future in the individual digital devices group.


The watch, being made from e-paper is very slim as you can picture, with the material running through the wrist band too, giving the wearable some genuinely stunning capabilities. The watch has the ability to alter its face including the design on the band as per user input from a single crown, and ares wise adequate to recognize gestures, where the watch face activates when you raise your wrist to capture the time.


Make no blunder, the watch is not also from another location positioned to being smart in any sort of means and rather relies upon its chameleon-like abilities and clean form to attract appreciation from consumers. Where the e-paper gives the watch to instantly shuffle with watch faces and band designs. The absence of innovative electronic devices in the item further permits it to last as long as 60 days on one button cell.


The FES Watch is a crowdfunding project meanwhile at Makuake, with FES intending at collecting ¥ 1 million ($ 8453.91), with about over ¥ 0.7 million ($ 5917.74) already collected – – at the time of composing. Though a launch day has actually not been defined by FES, fans on the site have actually been informed that they must be able to obtain this marvel in some cases after Might 2015.



FES is not concentrating on this e-paper watch alone, and has been exploring with the innovation on products such as glasses, hats and footwear devices, paper owners or even an e-bow tie. As for Sony not directly declaring on belonging of this start-up, it is most likely that it avoided doing this in an initiative to allow the product to be evaluated by itself benefits.

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