As part of a contest organized by Google, the Japanese designer Kosho Tsuboi invented Magic Calendar, a connected wall calendar that updates in real time.
Certainly, connected objects have the odds lately. On the event of Google’s Android Experiments, the Japanese Kosho Tsuboi has invented a truly connected calendar that hangs on the wall. Featuring the sweet name of Magic Calendar and using e-paper technology, the calendar synchronizes in real time with the Google Calendar application where you have previously entered your events, appointments, and tasks from your PC, tablet or smartphone.
The concept seems very promising and will surely meet with new technology and planning enthusiasts. If you are interested in Magic Calendar, go to its official page.