Dalpek Watchfaces

I have been a clock aficionado all my life. When I was young I loved Swatch watches. What I liked most about them was the variety of colors and designs. The problem was that I had to buy one every time I wanted a new design.
Once I got my Pebble I couldn't resist to make my own watchfaces this way I could have a new watch every day!
I have been creating Pebble watchfaces for the past two months now. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Dalpek Watchface collection

Watchface Name Version
Analog

Analog by Dalpek

2.51

Ben

Ben by Dalpek

1.0

Big

Big by Dalpek

1.4

Calavera

Calavera by Dalpek

1.1

Cat

Cat by Dalpek

2.2

Confetti

Confetti by Dalpek

1.6

Creepy

Creepy by Dalpek

1.4

Cycle

Cycle by Dalpek

1.33

Deco

Deco by Dalpek

1.4

Domino

Domino by Dalpek

1.2

Dots

Dots by Dalpek

1.0

Gold

Gold by Dalpek

2.5

Groovy

Groovy by Dalpek

1.5

HipnoTime

HypnoTime by Dalpek

1.2

Magic 8 Ball

8 Ball by Dalpek - App

1.0

Watchface Name Version
Draw

Draw by Dalpek

1.0

Indiana

Indiana by Dalpek

1.1

Lines

Lines by Dalpek

1.3

Loteria

Loteria by Dalpek

1.1

Pinup Boy

Pinup Boy by Dalpek

1.3

Pinup

Pinup by Dalpek

1.3

Rings

Rings by Dalpek

1.1

Steam

Steam by Dalpek

1.3

Street

Street by Dalpek

2.6

Subway

Subway by Dalpek

1.36

Tablo

Tablo by Dalpek

2

Tablo/ES

Tablo/ES by Dalpek

1.3

Vintage

Vintage by Dalpek

2

XD

XD by Dalpek

2.0

Xray

Xray by Dalpek

1.7



VIRTUAL Smartwatch v2.4

Still undecided which Pebble Time/Steel to get?
What color should you choose?
Wonder no more... try one on for yourself with the magic of augmented reality.
Download the app now, and remember you need to print out the sticker for the app to work:

Download Sticker here

Download from GooglePlay



Nice and Simple

Follow these steps to see a Pebble Time Smartwatch on your own wrist using the magic of augmented reality. Note: If you own a Pebble Steel use this image on your watch's screen to view the new pebbles on top of your Pebble Steel.

Print and cut
the sticker

Download and print the sticker. You can find it here. Then use a pair of scissors to cut the "Dalpek" square.

Tape the sticker
to your wrist

Put some tape on the back of the sticker you just printed. Place the Pebble sticker on your wrist.

Use the app to view the Pebble on your wrist

Run the app. Point the screen at the sticker on your wrist, and voila! You can change the model and color of the watch by tapping on the screen buttons.

UPDATE (14/May/2015)
Released v2.4 for Android. Many of you were asking to be able to render the new watches on top of your Pebble Steel, well now it can be done. Just download this target image and set it up on your Pebble Steel screen. The app will render the new pebbles on top of your watch with the right dimensions. The new version has better tracking. Also added watch names to the screen.


UPDATE (13/May/2015): Sad news for all of you that have Apple devices... Apple rejected the app yet again. I submitted the app with no written reference of Pebble as requested by Apple. This time the reason they give is because the app depicts a Pebble SmartWatch. I have contacted Pebble to see if they can help. I'm not planning to give up.


UPDATE (30/Apr/2015): Version 2.33 is out. I read many of your comments at google play and made some improvements: Added screenshot support. Better button placement to be able to use your device one handed. Fixed some bugs.


UPDATE (27/Apr/2015): Submitted Version 2.2 to Apple... Cross my fingers. An apple spokesman declared to Wired magazine that the Pebble rejections were a mistake.


UPDATE (27/Apr/2015): Version 2.2 is here! It fixes the issues many were having with the autofocus and not being able to recognise the sticker. Update and download the new v2.2 sticker.


UPDATE (26/Apr/2015): Android version Released!!! V2.0 now has all Pebble Time models, Pebble Time Steel included, and all of the posible color combinations. I think it came out really well. I submitted V2.0 to Apple as well... let's see what happens.


UPDATE (24/Apr/2015): Pebble gave me the go-ahead. I re-submitted the app to Apple with the necessary authorisation documents from Pebble.
Apple now says I can´t use the word Pebble or make reference to it in any of my materials. I removed the word from everything. Now waiting to see if Apple aproves it the third time around.
To be honest, I don't know if Apple will ever approve the app, so I will begin development for Android today.


UPDATE (21/Apr/2015): To all of the people interested in the app.. Thanks for the support!!
The app's status is the following: I am directly in contact with the fine people from Pebble because Apple requires legal paperwork for the app to be published. Pebble is already helping me with the legalities. I am hopping this clears out soon... Stay tuned ;) dalpek@gmail.com