Indeed this watch was printed with a rapid prototyping 3D printer by Frederic Hakoune. Okay, it’s actually only the casing of the watch that was printed, but still. He could print a different casing design every … You can see more pictures of the whole process in his Facebook account.
PUT IT, a clock by Teruhiro Yanagihara. You can define your own watch hands with post-it notes.
Someone found something interesting in the Men’s Health 2007 Tech Guide under Media Players … a future product for Nike+: the Nike Amp+. Looks good, just the bluetooth thing bothers me a little … my iPod nano doesn’t have bluetooth. So running is all about wireless these days … your wireless heart rate monitor, your wireless Nike+ kit and your wireless Nike+ remote …
There’s some more background at Ars Technica.
Playlist miscues can ruin a run. That’s the impetus behind this wrist-mounted Bluetooth remote, which lets you browse through songs on your iPod or check your run times without fumbling with the player. It syncs up with the Nike+iPod running system via Bluetooth wireless connection, displaying information on an illuminated LED readout hidden beneath the matte-finish face of the bracelet. Just stash your iPod in your pocket – no more fiddling with the sweat-slicked dial.