VMO is an Audio Note Recorder That Turns Notes Into Scannable Codes

By: Jonathon Brown - Published: Nov 22, 2012 • References: yankodesign
Thanks to the VMO audio note recorder, you can take audio notes to go along with written memos to add another level to your studying.

The way it works is simple; located on the back of the VMO case are small sticky notes, each equipped with a QR code. You mark a page with a sticky and then record an audio note on your phone. Next, you scan the QR code, which then becomes paired to the audio note you just recorded.

Next time you’re reviewing your notes and you reach the page with the sticky note, you simply scan the QR code and the audio recording you made will play. The VMO audio note recorder is an interesting study tool for students and could also have applications for business meetings. Stats for Scannable Audio Memos Trending: Older & Mild
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