Since last year, watch makers have been using new methods for telling time. Here's an extra modification for them to spice things up with the centuries' old device.
1.) The watch will have a liquid crystal display that is divided into six sections. These sections are for the following: Year of the decade; month of the year; day of the week; PM or AM status; hour of the day; and the four quarters per hour.
2.) Year of the decade. This section of the display screen will indicate the particular year of a decade using one of ten different colors. For instance, if it's 2015, the color will be red. If it's 2017, the color will be brown; and so on so forth. Furthermore, once the ten years of that decade have been completed, the watch will repeat the same color cycle for the subsequent decade (2010 and 2020 and 2030 would use the color yellow for example; and the years 2015, 2025, and 2035 would use the color red).
3.) Month of the year. On this section of the display screen, the particular month of the year would be indicated using one of twelve different colors. Therefore, once the user gets use to recognition of all the different colors, he or she could automatically know the specific month just by quickly glancing at that section on the display screen. Moreover, similar to the year of the decade, the color cycle repeats itself after the twelve months have been completed.
4.) Day of the week. Each day of the week will be indicated in one section of the display screen using one of seven different colors. For example: Monday (Green), Tuesday (Red), Wednesday (Yellow), Thursday (Brown), Friday (Purple), Saturday (Orange), and Sunday (Black). This color cycle repeats itself after the week has been completed.
5.) PM or AM status. This section on the display screen will tell the user whether it is the first twelve hours of the day or the latter twelve hours of the day using two different colors. So if it's 7 PM, the PM color would be shown. If it's 2 AM, the AM color would appear.
6.) Hour of the day. This section of the screen indicates the twenty-four hours of the day using twelve different colors. The watch will show twelve colors for the first twelve hours of the day and then repeat the color cycle for the latter twelve hours. Hence, both 4 AM and 4 PM would use the same color of orange; and so on so forth. Even more, these twelve colors of the specific hours are used in combination with the PM or AM status colors.
7.) Four quarters per hour. Every hour is divided into four quarters. Therefore, each quarter can be represented by a specific color. Moreover, there will be a total of four different colors for indicating which quarter the user is observing the watch time in. For instance, the first fifteen minutes could be represented by blue. The next fifteen minutes could be recognized by the color red. The third fifteen minutes by green; and the last fifteen minutes of the hour by the color yellow. After this color cycle is done, it will repeat itself for the subsequent hour, etc.