Crazy Optical Illusion Watch Makes Eyes Cross

Posted: Sep 27 2010, 12:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 28 2010, 6:41am CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Crazy Optical Illusion Watch Makes Eyes Cross
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Cool watch concept is easier to read than most Tokyoflash offerings

If you are a geek that still wears a watch, we have your timepiece. Tokyoflash has a new watch for you that will make your eyes cross and confuse anyone who sees it. The watch is a concept called the optical Illusion Watch.

The face has a bunch of green and black lines and the numbers for the time are inside those lines. Once you stare at the thing long enough you can see the numbers right away but at first glance, it looks like nothing is there.

The watch in the picture has the time of 5:36. This is very cool and if you just can’t see the numbers, a help button removes the background so you can see just the time. The concept is in a black case with a black link band.

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