Ishikawa Komuro Laboratory the same lab that previously brought us the baseball pitching and batting robots is now showing off another novel use for their high speed computer vision processing technology: book scanning. A camera sensor running at 1000fps captures the pages as they turn, recording the text and images despite any distortion and lighting differences. The system could be used to speed up the digitization process of low-cost e-books and other library data.
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Does anyone here have a Kindle?