All around they say that about the financial crisis, so the designers decided to stand out. Whether during a crisis or without it, we need to be able to spend our funds efficiently. And just a calculator is not enough here.
The "Supervision" concept is both a calculator, a diary, and a scanner … It does not provide any functions. The designer believes that it would be nice to have a device on hand that will help you immediately calculate our costs, determine the curve of funds that we have spent in the last month, and even write down everything that needs to be bought. The device will have the dimensions of a standard communicator, plus it will have a small sensor-scanner with which you can scan receipts and thus transfer information to a typewriter.
But how can you write in it if only numbers appear on the touch screen, just like on a calculator? It's simple - I hope everyone can use a stylus. Also, the device has the function of recognizing text written by hand and translating it into a printed form. In a word, the thing is extremely useful, especially if you don’t like to throw money down the drain. Anyway, it's always better to know how much you spent and on what. The only pity is that such a "calculator" is at the idea stage and there is no talk of development yet.
Idea by Eun-Gyeong Gwon