iSketchnote Makes Digitized Copy of Work on Paper


With the use of laptops and cell phones, it’s rare nowadays to see someone actually pull out a pen and paper. But a new technology merges the traditional mode of writing and sketching with the technology of the iPad.

iSketchnote works as an iPad cover that digitizes a hard copy of words of drawings on paper. That separates it from other modes of sketching on an iPad which normally require a specific stylus that interacts with the screen. iSketchnote uses a classic ballpoint pen with a metal ring inside that detects the movement of the pen on any piece of paper. It can play back the pen’s movement in real time and users can share these through social media or save them for later Read more…

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Via: Mashable: Apps & Software

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