Microsoft and Moleskine to develop auto sync of Smart notebooks to Windows
Ever wondered about handwritten notes might get synchronized with the Windows? Well, this does seem a distant possibility as Microsoft and Moleskine team to develop an algorithm which helps the synchronization of paper notebooks with windows.
With the development, it would be easier for people to synchronize their handwritten notes with the computer directly without a formidable wire connection. In another word, the path-breaking technology will help reduce the time elapsed in bringing the written document through the scan process. In this technology, a direct link will help reduce the time gap in connection.
What is the Technology behind Smart Notebooks?
The two giants have joined hands to produce an app which syncs handwritten notes with Windows 10 devices which in turn works with Moleskin’s Smart Notebooks Writing System which includes a Moleskine Paper Tablet Notebook, a Moleskine Smart Planner and a Pen+ Smart Pen. The Application uses a nCode Technology, which is a special invisible code printed on the page that allows the smartpen to track movements, position and page number, this application then transfers anything written on the page to the Windows 10 device. This is significant technology which helps in the transfer of data made viable and less time-consuming. This, in turn, will help reduce the time lag in the transfer.
The nCode Technology, developed and first patented by NeoLab, has the capability of digitizing 15 different languages and transfer content onto larger screens or say TVs or Computer screens. The Application can connect up to seven smartpens at the same time. The biggest success of the nCode technology collaboration with Moleskine helps to allow real-time simultaneous collaboration. It will also store all handwritten content, even offline and can transfer it to the application when a connection is made available.
Microsoft, the top of the list for the BrandZ Top 100 brands had preconceived adaptability when it comes to making notebooks sync with its Windows. With Moleskin developing its Smart Writing System available, it was a perfect timing for Microsoft to introduce such a system in its next installment. Moleskine, the Italian Manufacturer, Papermaker and Product designer had a great chance to mark itself on the global list with such technological collaboration.
The collaboration has a vivid output pattern as it is to set a new pattern in the field of digital synchronization with the Windows. The trend will have worldwide acceptance and adherence to the digital media workspace. This technology will have an impact on the marketers who can use this for their meetings and to discuss public workspace as well.