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Curated list of projects to simplify & improve paper scanning

Share your software workflow. Write up your tips and tricks on how to scan, digitize, OCR, and bind ebooks.
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adius
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Curated list of projects to simplify & improve paper scanning

Post by adius » 13 Feb 2017, 18:43

A few weeks ago I started to work on a post processing suite for book digitization (updates soon) and to get an overview of the space I first created a list of interesting projects, tools and research. You can check it out here: https://github.com/adius/awesome-scanning
I'd be more than happy if you could help me to extend it! Anything important missing?
(Also feel free to directly create a merge request on GitHub 😉)

louiscan
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Re: Curated list of projects to simplify & improve paper scanning

Post by louiscan » 18 Feb 2017, 18:22

Nidaba is worth adding. Difficult to set up, however.

https://github.com/openphilology/nidaba

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Re: Curated list of projects to simplify & improve paper scanning

Post by adius » 18 Feb 2017, 18:40

Looks quite promising. Added it to the List. Thanks!

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