Blog - Document Scanning With Mobile Devices

Heather Hopper, OTR has been helping a young student with cerebral palsy use the SnapType app on the iPad.  By adding the ScanJig scanning stand the 3rd grader has found it much easier to navigate the app.

Here is the feedback from Heather:

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There are  basically two ways to scan a book using the KNFB Reader app with the aid of the ScanJig scan stand. The app has two profiles that can be used - Manual Picture profile or Document Stand profile.

Method 1 - Manual Picture profile selection.

This first metho...

ScanJig provides easy tactile positioning of both smart devices and documents for correct focus, alignment and field of view. After scanning a document, text is recognized far more accurately and the visually impaired hear the content with less errors. The product desi...

The visually impaired have had access to this cool app for some time. The app also offers a great way to detect and optimize room light for scanning with your smart device.

Light Detector is easy to use. Just run the application and point your iDevice camera in any dire...

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