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A Domino / Wrist watch

A Domino
A Domino

Embracing universal design principles, A Domino is a watch that can be read by vision-impaired people as well as those with good sight.

A Domino has been designed to avoid the problems faced by vision-impaired people with regard to finding out the time. Talking clocks can prove aurally intrusive in quiet environments, and the ever-moving hands
on Braille clocks can cause difficulty for reading the time.

A Domino is a universal watch that overcomes
these problems. It can be used by people with good or poor sight. It distinguishes between day and night by presenting 1:00pm as 13:00.

University

Chosun university

Chosun university
Gwang Ju, South Korea

Jin Ryeol Lee

Design

Chosun university

Chosun university
Gwang Ju, South Korea

Jaekyu Jung

Design

Chosun university

Chosun university
Gwang Ju, South Korea

Jaekyu Jung