On-the-fly book scanning






via boingboing.net

Impressive piece of tech.
Riffle through the book under a high-resolution camera to scan through a book at around 200 pages per minute. Reference illumination (infrared grid pattern) lets the software determine the curvature of the page in each frame, as it is being flipped, and flatten the page's image.

Posted by Julien on March 20, 2010. Permalink
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200 pages per minute is definitely impressive. Looking forward to see where this technologie will go.

Posted by: Mode at June 12, 2010 05:27 AM
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