28 Dec '13, 8am

Bathys Cesium 133 Atomic Wrist Watch: Hands-On With The Prototype In Carbon Fiber: There is probably some unsp...

Bathys Cesium 133 Atomic Wrist Watch: Hands-On With The Prototype In Carbon Fiber: There is probably some unsp...

There is probably some unspoken rule which edicts that all pictures taken of electronics before they are commercially released be done so in a dimly lit environment with a phone camera. Following that custom, I found myself snapping a few shots of the Cesium 133 atomic watch by Bathys while dining with the maker of the world's first atomic wristwatch, John Patterson. This article is about the story, the man, and just what technology has given to the world of watches, while at the same time exploring what watches have given to the world of technology. aBlogtoWatch debuted the Cesium 133 atomic clock wrist watch here and it was picked up by what seemed like half of the tech net. I am not saying that to boast about the coverage, but rather to once again show an example of how wristwatches are anything but "out." The tech community clearly has interest in wristwatches, they me...

Full article: http://www.ablogtowatch.com/bathys-cesium-133-atomic-wris...

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