Take Notes Via a Camera Phone
Legal este treco, mas eu testei com meu htc e o resultado não ficou bom. Talvez com câmeras com melhor resolução ou melhor soft de captura o resultado seja melhor. Pelo menos é o que explica o site.
The next time you’re heading to a meeting, leave your notepad (or your laptop) behind and let your camera phone record the meeting notes. The Qipit service lets you convert the text in an image captured by a cell-phone camera (or any other digital camera) into a PDF file (it will also be available as a JPEG). After you register for the service by providing your name, country, and e-mail address, you enter your cell number, service provider, and phone model.
The service indicates the quality of text scans you can expect. For example, my Motorola Razr V3c rated only one out of three stars. After you photograph, say, the whiteboard or your own handwritten notes, you e-mail the image file to the service (firstname.lastname@example.org for black-and-white images, and email@example.com for color), and it is added to your list of files. As we went to press, the service is free, but it’s limited to 25 documents per account, and it supports only JPEGs with a minimum resolution of 1.3 megapixels. You pay only the cost of an MMS message. (Note that you can also send the service images to be scanned and converted via e-mail.)