CES 2014: Qualcomm technology digitizes written on paper in real time

Qualcomm at CES 2014 demonstrated very interesting functionality is closely associated with a new brand Snapdragon processor 805 and implemented a technology called Ultra Sound NotePad. Using a test tablet to the specified SoC, existing until in the form of a prototype for developers, specialists of Qualcomm showed how easy it is to translate written or drawn on an ordinary sheet of paper with a special pen in digital form in real time with further displaying a portable device.
CES 2014: Qualcomm technology digitizes written on paper in real time
Qualcomm Ultra Sound NotePad For implementation of the technology of Ultra Sound NotePad, apparently, used ultrasound itself and this development is likely to be useful to people of creative professions, for example, journalists are accustomed to the old way is to use a paper notebook, and not the laptop keyboard or touchscreen iPad, for writing notes in the margins”. Interest in the new technology, as it seems, will show and the artists, designers, who value their time and don’t want to spend precious minutes on additional digitization of their drawings. However, according to the principle “better to see once” watch a video of the demonstration.

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