Description

For his piece of work “Hexacomplexity”, LxOne wanted to pay tribute to two achievements of modern times, the Necker cube and the Penrose triangle.

The Necker cube is an optical illusion published for the first time in 1832 by Louis Albert Necker. It is an ambiguous drawing that challenges the human brain. In this drawing in cavalier perspective, the lines intersect but do not show which is in the front and which is behind. More than drawing the Necker cube is a tool used in testing softwares which are replicas of human visual systems.

The Penrose triangle, also known as "tribarre", is an impossible object designed in two dimensions by Roger Penrose in 1950. This triangle is the intersection of three square beams. Many attempts have been made ​​to reproduce this item solid, however even if the optical effect persists, the performance is impossible.

Details

  • Movement Swiss Quartz
  • Watchcase Rough Stainless Steel 316L
  • Diameter 40 mm
  • Glass Mineral
  • Waterproofness 100 m (10 atm)
  • Warranty 2 years
  • Limited Edition 1000 pieces

Designer : LX-ONE