The Shot Note NUboard Can Scan Handwritten Notes

By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: • References: kingjim.co.jp & damngeeky
Instead of risking losing important notes or scribbles written in notepads or notebooks, the Shot Note NUboard easily digitizes them to avoid lost or damaged information.

Similar to the classic white board, the Shot Note NUboard features a dry erase surface that can be used multiple times. All the user has to do is write, draw or even make random doodles on the page, making sure to stay within the four squares on each corner, which are markers that signify the app where the page begins and ends. When the user is finished, a simple snap of the smartphone camera will capture digitize the notes and synchronize the pages via Twitter, Evernote and other online media tools. This item will be released on December 19, 2012, and will only be sold for a limited time for $37. Stats for Digitizing Note Convertors Trending: Older & Warm
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