I'm not really sure I understand. Does it actually have a microphone sensor which allows it to display real-time analysis of sound around it? Kind of a sonic mood ring? That might be kind of cool for about 10 minutes, but not particularly useful for, well, anything at all.
Or does it just light flashy lights arbitrarily in a way that happens to look kind of like an EQ readout?
Too bad the english translation is so bad--they seem really excited about this watch, so there's probably something cool about it that I'm missing...
Looking at the face I notice there's no "00" in the minutes, but there's a "60." Does this mean 6:00 will actually display 5:60? Is this a japanese culture thing that I'm not aware of, or is it just bad design?
Looks like a pretty clunky way of telling time. From what I surmise, it works like this:
HOUR - The top two rows, 1-12. Top row is AM, bottom is PM.
MINUTES - Horizontal placement tells you the approximate minute to the nearest 5. Vertical placement "fine tunes" to the actual minute. So 5:37pm would read:
Hour dot in the 2nd row, 5 places over.
Minutes dot in the :35 column, 2 places up.
Just what I've always wanted, to re-learn how to tell time in a slower and less intuitive manner!