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Optical character recognition (OCR)
Find out more What is OCR? Photo: When it comes to optical character recognition, our eyes and brains are far superior to any computer. As you read these words on your computer screen, your eyes and brain are carrying out optical character recognition without you even noticing! The first problem is that a computer has no eyes, so if you want it to read something like the page of an old book, you have to present it with an image of that page generated with an optical scanner or a digital camera. Machine-readable text can also be decoded by screen readers, tools that use speech synthesizers computerized voices, like the one Stephen Hawking used to read out the words on a screen so blind and visually impaired people can understand them. Back in the s, one of the first major uses of OCR was in a photocopier -like device called the Kurzweil Reading Machine, which could read printed books out loud to blind people. Photo: Scanning in your pocket: smartphone OCR apps are fast, accurate, and convenient.
Probleme mit Scanner unter kooka
Gum All that was really needed was a source of input, i. Scan your text with Kooka or xscanimage and save the text in an image file e. You could always install kooka, try it out It offers support for different OCR modules. That can not only be handled by layout management. So I wish that either vuescan offers a kde or at least a qt gui, or that kooka stops this stupid screen cluttering gimp 1 like gui mode where windows need to get opened all over the screen. It does not remember that a view was opened, or hwere it was opened it does open views in the upper left corner, always, and always at an usuable small window size But the scans are not bad, at least with my scanner, the defaults are better than the ones xsane is using. Let me add also the feature request of an easy way to use kooka as a photocopy machine.
Traduzione di "Kooka with" in italiano
This chapter explains the user interface and the functionality of the application. The Kooka Window Start Kooka from the main menu or enter the command kooka. When started, Kooka opens a three-frame window with a menu bar to the upper left and a toolbar directly below it. All windows can be freely readjusted or rearranged with the mouse.
Sono calde di forno e ripiene della marmellata di mirtilli e della panna di Mr Butler. Per favore seleziona un altro motore OCR nella finestra delle opzioni di Kooka. Check this if you want Kooka to load the last selected image into the viewer on startup. Cannot save the image, because the file is local.