If like me you have a box or cupboard full of printed photographs that you have been meaning to scan to create digital copies, a new superfast way of scanning and tagging your photos called QromaScan might be worth more investigation.
QromaScan offer an easy way to scan photos and is being marketed as the world’s first voice control scanner that is capable of both organising and scanning your paper photographs.
Watch the video below to learn more about the QromaScan photo scanning system that has been created by Tony Knight.
“Forget about every bad photo scanning experience you’ve every had. We’ve built the ultimate post-PC photo scanner that captures and tags your photos in one step with the two things you probably use the most everyday; your iPhone and your voice.
– Talk to Me: QromaScan is the world’s first photo scanner to tag your photos using voice recognition. Tell us the date, location and people in the photo, and we’ll tag and organize your photos as you scan.
– Bookish & Brilliant: Born to be as thin and portable as a book, QromaScan goes wherever your photos are. Use it at home, or slip it in your bag for a trip to grandma’s house. In a flash, it transforms into a sturdy photo lightbox where the 12 brilliant LED lights tucked inside are calibrated to make your photos look perfect.
– Blisteringly Fast: Slide in photo; Snap! Slide in photo; Snap! Get the picture? We do too! Our innovative software finds your photo against the chroma-green background and dials in exactly the best settings before it scans and crops it perfectly.
– Flip for It: So much of our family history is written on the back of our photos. QromaScan loves the back of your photos too! Use our innovative Backscan command, and your most important photos are flippable. Literally.
– Eureka!: You know that thing you do when you’re are looking for a photo? Scrolling up and down, and down and up? Forget that. QromaScan makes it dead simple to find the photos you’ve just scanned. Type in a few letters of a name or location and there they are, in date order. Better yet, make a Photo Playlists and use a combination of Date, Location or People to create a dynamic album that grows whenever you scan in more matching photos.”
The QromaScan project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $20,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
So if you think QromaScan is something your photo library and scanning process could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help QromaScan become a reality.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News