A unique and innovative daily planning and organisation system has been unveiled this week in the form of Slice Planner, which has been created by the team over at Evopaper.
Slice Planner cleverly combines both traditional paper-based notes together with your digital calendars, using an specially created augmented reality based mobile application.
The companion mobile Slice Planner app is designed to easily synchronised both paper notes and digital calendars together offering the best of both worlds. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about how Slice Planner can help you “master your time” using a unique radial planning system.
The radial diagrams allow you to use a notebook to quickly capture all your thoughts, events, meetings, plans and ideas and then easily synchronise them with your daily digital calendar. Removing the need to decide between either using a paper-based planner or a digital calendar. Evopaper have kindly allowed me preview the hybrid planning system and I will publish a hands on guide for Slice Planner very soon.
The development team at Evopaper explain a little more about the inspiration behind their innovative Slice Planner and its benefits.
We adore digital calendars. They sync across all our devices and consistently keep us abreast of all our upcoming engagements. But we also love paper planners. They have that tactile feel, and the physical act of writing improves memory retention, allowing us to make better decisions. They’re a beautiful and effective way to remain both organized and productive.
At some point, we faced a dilemma – Digital Calendars vs Paper Planner. The constant switching back and forth often is neither convenient nor efficient. Slice Planner is a brand new hybrid approach to planning, combining an old-fashioned paper planner with a digital calendar. Powered by computer vision and augmented reality, our unique system complements your favorite digital calendars (Google, Apple and Outlook) and provides even more flexibility to your daily planning routine.
Jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website to learn more about the very unique hybrid system which is now available to back with earlybird pledges starting from just $24 with support for both iOS and Android devices. With shipping expected to take place during December 2016.
Source:KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News