Ingenious Kisai Rorschach epaper watch by Tokyoflash make the Watchmen proud

by Gareth Mankoo


We all know about how the amazing Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach devised the brilliantly effective “Rorschach inkblot test” back in 1921. Few would envision the potential of a few inkblots determining the thoughts and emotions of a subject. Inspired by this concept, we have the Kisai Rorschach, the first watch from Tokyoflash Japan to use an ePaper display from E Ink. This is possible with this kind of display as the segments appear to be seamless. This is ideal for replicating the appearance of an inkblot digitally. Reading the time is simple, thanks to three difficulty modes programmed into the watch. So you can choose and easy, medium or hard mode.

The Kisai Rorschach epaper watch is made of stainless steel. The positive or negative Display Mode and Power Saving Sleep Mode make it easy to use, even for novice users.

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