511 components come together in unison to create what has to be one of the most incredibly complex watches ever built, Concord's C1 Quantum Gravity. This is one of those things you look at and wonder, Why? The answer is simple: Because they can. One example of the watch's incredible engineering is the mechanically wound movement fuels a 3 day power reserve that is coupled with a glass column filled with liquid which decreases and increases based on how much energy is left in the watch's power reserve. Yes, its excessive but for those who are lucky enough to own one (only 10 are being released), it truly is one of the most amazing displays of watchmaking one could ever witness. Link / Source
Opal's C1 puts DSLR technology in a webcam for the Mac
The webcam features a 4K Sony sensor and MicMesh beamforming microphones.