BFS-Auto: The machine that scans books at a rate of 250 pages per minute
Ishikawa Oku Laboratory Researchers in Japan have shown the world an interesting machine called BFS-Auto, which consists of a scanner to move books from paper to digital format, the main novelty bringing the capacity to process up to 250 pages per minute. And best of all? This is a team that will go on sale to the general public, not being an exclusive development for a large entity, bringing this great technology to smaller organizations wishing to bring their libraries to the digital world.
The invention is almost perfect, as well as scan the pages, processes the image obtained at a resolution of 400 dots per inch (ppi), leaving it flat automatically and without deformations of leaves in a book, resulting in a product with letters of great detail and flawless.
It will be available for purchase at some point in 2013 that has not been confirmed, at a price that has not been revealed but surely, and given the technology that hides, is somewhat high, permissible only for institutions with large libraries.
Link: Robot book perfectly captures scanner 250 pages every minute (The Verge)Tags: BFS-Auto, book, books, Ishikawa Oku, Japan