Ljubljana, Slovenia (PRWEB) September 26, 2012
There is a completely new kind of calendar on the horizon. It's called CircleTime and it introduces the next evolutionary step in calendrical design.
The revolutionary design of this unique calendar reveals a completely new understanding of time. Instead of days being positioned in rows and columns, CircleTime places them in an orbit, on which we can, by turning it, travel forwards or backwards in time. Since no one has ever done a calendar like this one before, it is truly a historic milestone in presenting time.
CircleTime introduces a minimalistic user interface which relies on touchscreen technology for its feasible adaptation. In fact, there wasn't much sense in making a round spinning calendar before the emergence of touchscreen gadgets. And it would be extremely difficult, if not impossible, to make one in the real world.
"Our goal is to provide a true alternative to the traditional calendar and at the same time keep perfecting it." said Dejan Durini, inventor of CircleTime and project leader. CircleTime presently works on Apple iOS devices and at the time of writing supports the Gregorian calendar in the English language only. Future plans include porting to iPad and afterwards to other platforms as well.
CircleTime is available in the iTunes store for $0.99, at http://www.itunes.com/apps/circletime
More information is available on the official website: http://www.circletime.si
Additional press information can be found on the page: http://www.circletime.si/press-kit.html
Link to a demonstration video: http://www.youtu.be/8FovLzc8Fb0
Made by HedgeHog, an independent software developer for iOS applications, located in Ljubljana, Slovenia, formed in 2010 by Dejan Durini and Daniel Nunic.