In this digital age, everything is done virtually – including planning and storing your notes. But, for a person who always writes anything manually, it is quite hard to start adapting to the more modern option. Typing on a gadget doesn’t seem so ‘real’. Worry no more, because here comes Slice Planner: a brand new hybrid planning system that combines old-fashioned paper planner with a digital calendar. It is powered by a computer vision and augmented reality to provide flexibility to your daily planning routine.
It has four key features: event digitizing, augmented mode, smart crop, and advanced sharing.
You can write anything on your paper, capture it with your device’s camera, and the content will be synced into your device and transformed to a digital note. The Augmented Reality mode checks whether there are overlapping events. You can use smart crop to save particular informations that is surrounded by unnecessary notes and instantly send your notes or sketches via e-mail or share manually via Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, One Note, and more.
The design team creates a visual display of the day: a clock face diagram. They aim to help visual thinkers, which is sixty five percent of the global population, to have a better perception of time. The maximum capacity of what you can put into a single diagram is 12 hours. If that’s not enough, just simply flip to the next page and use another diagram.
This 224-page planner is available in hardcover ($37) and genuine Italian leather soft cover ($50) versions. You can pre-order via its Kickstarter campaign before it is shipped in December.