Japanese design studio, Kosho Tsuboi, has crafted a tangible calendar with a high-resolution electronic paper that syncs with a smartphone allowing the user to digitally input updates on the physical surface from anywhere. The magic calendar, featuring a blend of paper tactility and smart technology, promises to blur the lines between analog and digital with further advancement.
The updates in the rechargeable, smart calendar appear in real time and can be viewed from all angles courtesy the anti-reflective medium, writes Design Boom.
Hironao Tsuboi, the product team leader, says the need to share his schedule with his wife even when the couple was not together inspired the concept of this magic calendar. The development opens new avenues for the world where even paper connects to the internet, notes True Viral News.