Daniel Reetz, the founder of the DIY Book Scanner community, has recently started making videos of prototyping and shop tips. If you are tinkering with a book scanner (or any other project) in your home shop, these tips will come in handy. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn0gq8 ... g_8K1nfInQ
Search found 290 matches
- 16 Nov 2010, 18:46
- Forum: Introductions and connections
- Topic: Post something about yourself here (The Hello Thread)
- Replies: 437
- Views: 381387
The point of all this is to say that Iâ€™ve decided to become a writer/editor/publisher; there simply arenâ€™t any paying jobs here, so I have to invent my own, which is a good thing, though difficult. You happen to be in a part of the world that's not that far from Don Lancaster, who's done someth...
- 14 Nov 2010, 18:43
- Forum: Software
- Topic: Software Requests (Besides Dewarping)?
- Replies: 28
- Views: 15782
hey, guys, we've talked about it in other threads, but what about page renumbering. You've got two cameras generating randomly named (but sequential) page image files. Generally, we put the images into left and right directories. It is really nice to have them renamed into something sequential that ...
- 14 Nov 2010, 18:22
- Forum: Scan Tailor
- Topic: Output Background Color for Mixed & B/W
- Replies: 17
- Views: 7445
My father's been a software developer, running independent since 1980. He makes a living at it, a damn good one. One interesting quality about him: he doesn't knock other efforts... One night in church a couple years back someone asked the assistant pastor, "what about so and so." If you know anyth...
People willing to help generally don't have the necessary experience. Those who have it are either not participating in Open Source development at all, or are already engaged with another project. I do have a few small skills with software development. I could lend a hand if I knew where my contrib...
hey guys, Sartre said, hell is other people. I think we might have a non-technical issue with ScanTailor. Let me outline my understanding: I am grateful to Tulon for creating ScanTailor and I feel that I am in his debt. Tulon has done great work on ScanTailor, but he seems tired of it--like it's not...
- 06 Nov 2010, 15:15
- Forum: OCR/Optical Character Recognition
- Topic: Vectorization
- Replies: 25
- Views: 19839
OCR is a pattern recognition problem. As such, it works in two parts: feature extraction and pattern classification. These two parts are tuned to work with one another. Feature extraction takes the raster and transforms it into a more compact representation. This more compact representation (hopeful...
- 20 Oct 2010, 20:26
- Forum: Scanners and Build Threads
- Topic: Automatic Page Turning
- Replies: 10
- Views: 7987
I'd be very interested in learning about any experiments on an electrostatic page lifting mechanism. I think such a thing should be possible and perhaps gentler on the paper than a vacuum or other mechanical page lifter.
Shooting intentionally with a keystone is something I thought would never be a logical idea, but I'm beginning to consider all cards on the table, especially since the new software is crushing our old ideas of what's possible. This summer I vacationed in England and there were two occasions (C.S. L...