Windows On My Wrist By Radhika Seth 08/05/2014 Enough of those Apple iWatch concepts; its time now to turn the heat up for good ole Microsoft! Take a look at this ‘Microsoft Windows for Wearable OS’, a Smartwatch that is intuitive, functional and very Microsoft.Designer: Nadir Aslam Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 252 Related Posts Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 689 The Getaway Duffle is made to travel in literally any weather Outwardly, the Getaway Duffle by Articulate looks like any other duffle bag, but take a closer look and you’ll notice that its classic styling hides a… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 689 Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 1.1K The Hashy bottle deserves to be in a contemporary art museum If I asked you to imagine a water bottle, you’d probably think of a flimsy, disposable plastic PET bottle with a branding-label around its waist. Even… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 1.1K Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 33 Time Will Tell Say Yes, Hell No! Maybe, Why Not? Don’t be so confused, because time never lies and nor does this beautifully crafted Foretell Watch. In essence it… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 33 Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 2.1K Watches Are a Family’s Best Friend! These watches are literal metaphors for ‘time spent with family’! While most watches make a personal style statement, the Paradigm watches have a rather different philosophy…. Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 2.1K Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 34 Oh Just Grow A Light This is kind of cool. It’s a lamp with the lighting filament shaped like a plant. The cord also acts as a support structure so it… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 34 Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 46 Rub a Stick to Make Light Our ancestors rubbed two twigs to make light (fire) but to kindle the Lightstarter you just need to work on one. The embedded accelerometer determines if… Share Pin Tweet +1 ShareShares 46 TagsConceptMicrosoftNadir AslamsmartwatchWearableswindows Previous articleSnack Packs for Snack Attacks Next articleCalculator 2.0 6 Comments Pingback: [ET] Windows On My Wrist Pingback: » Blog Archive Windows On My Wrist » Pingback: Windows On My Wrist | Design News From All Over The World Pingback: 戴在手腕上的windows操作系统 Microsoft-Smartwatch-Concept | 奇趣事 Pingback: Windows On My Wrist | Info-Trails Stuh says: 08/08/2014 at 12:57 amWell.. Have you ever try any android wear device?your scale of UI were apparently too small to operate properly.Also the watch itself is too small.Comments are closed.