Playing with light. From eccentric applications of phosphorescence to designing guilloché patterns in Excentro, Jon and Chris discuss a number of new releases and prototypes in progress.
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- The process of making Swiss Super-LumiNova Behind the scenes at TRITEC with The Naked Watchmaker
- TRITEC Swiss producer of phosphorescent pigments
- James Thompson a.k.a. The Black Badger
- GoS Watches
- LIT Phosphorescent pigment from Stuart Semple
- Project Minotaur
- Patek Philippe 6102P An example of a sky chart complication that displays the current position of the stars overhead
- Sarpaneva Watches
- Citizen Caliber 0200 Citizen’s new high-end mechanical watch caliber, featuring free-sprung balance, developed in partnership with Swiss subsidiary La Joux-Perret
- Citizen Calibre 0200 Prototype An in-depth look at Citizen’s new caliber, from SJX
- Why Machines That Bend Are Better Derek Muller on bi-stable & other compliant mechanisms
- Frederique Constant 40Hz Silicon Oscillator
- Patek Philippe Pulsomax A look at Patek Philippe’s silicon-based Pulsomax escapement, along with several other silicon developments from its Advanced Research division
- Girard-Perregaux Constant Force Escapement
- Tissot Powermatic 80 Fitted with a silicon hairspring
- Seiko Spring Drive
- Open Movement Project
- Excentro The software Chris uses to design guilloché patterns