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Bargain-Price Book Scanner From A Cardboard Box. April 13, 2015

Posted by sandyclaus in Academic Technology.
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Who doesn’t want access to their books, notebooks, magazines, class notes, and other stuff everywhere, all the time? The thing is that often these things are a pain to scan. I have a really good solution for that, but it’s expensive and can take a whole weekend to build. How do you scan a book, magazine or notebook when you have no money, one camera, and just a little time? Matti and I show you how:

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