Circular calendar




The process of creating the calendar goes far back and includes a several-thousand-year period. 30,000 years ago the bone carved grooves represented the lunar cycle.


The cycle of the seasons, ripening fruits, wildlife migration and other recurring patterns in nature helped to perfect the measurement of a long period of time. New ways of measuring time were generated by observing the sun, stars and other celestial phenomena. These observations resulted in a new time period – the year.


More than 4000 years ago they built large stone monuments that marked the winter solstice. Further development of many civilizations brought new advances in science, architecture, art and constant new discoveries. The invention of writing and mathematics enabled new developments in astronomy and new ways of recording time. Calendars were carved in stone or painted on walls.


Technology and the invention of printing in the 15th century enabled new access to the calendar and its use in everyday life.


Today we have calendars on smart phones. The CircleTime calendar offers a new way of recording the calendar, a new look on time, and many other prospective uses.


The revolutionary design makes the CircleTime calendar unique, showing periods of time in an orbit, where we can rotate time forwards or backwards. The circular calendar is the closest document of time to nature, as it mimics nature's cycles.


The new circular calendar gives us an overview of annual, monthly and daily periods. It shows the length of randomly selected periods; the current position of the year and the number of days in any selected period; the number of days from today to any selected day; and the length of the day/night for each day of the year.


Besides the circular time display, the new CircleTime calendar allows adding and editing events as well as reminders and alarms. We can notify friends and colleagues about new events. This brand new feature of recording events allows us to measure the time spent on the projects we are working on. Each new recording becomes an event that appears in all related calendars.


CircleTime brings:


A new circular display of annual, monthly and daily periods;
Display of the current time position of the year, month and day;
Display of the period from now to any selected day;
Display of the chosen time interval between any two days;
A new circular calendar that mimics the cycles of nature;
A new cyclic journey through time achieved by rotating the circle.