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STOIK Helps Mobile Developers Automate Paperless Workflow(August 29, 2011)
Mocow, Russia (PRWEB) August 29, 2011
The new release adds the ability automatically correct geometric and 3D perspective distortions. These distortions are commonly introduced by phone-camera users, e.g. trapezoid distortions resulting from the camera being held at an angle to the document being captured. The ability to automatically extract document area is improved with much highest accuracy, now allowing Document Image Enhancement SDK to extract document contents even if the image feature heterogeneous background or have low contrast between the text and background. In addition, the newly added customizable adaptive binarization technique consistently produces clean, clear and perfectly legible documents from noisy, shaded or low-contrast images taken in bad lighting conditions.
The product can be used on smartphones hardware in its fast mode, or off-load computation-intensive tasks onto an external server or cloud for even higher quality processing. A wide range of presets is available for common tasks (e.g. A4/letter, business card, receipt, ID card, etc.)
Document Image Enhancement SDK for Mobile Developers
STOIK Document Image Enhancement SDK helps mobile developers implementing paperless workflow into their mobile or graphic editing products. By offering a wide range of semi-auto and fully automated image processing options, the newly updated SDK can produce legible documents out of snapshots taken with a camera phone. The SDK accommodates a wide range of shooting conditions, and corrects most common problems in document images such as bad lighting, insufficient contrast, difficult backgrounds, unwanted patterns, and many types of user errors. Geometric and 3D perspective distortion correction can be also performed completely automatically.
The mobile version offers lighter processing options in the fast mode. A wide range of presets help processing different types of documents and solving common tasks such as scanning an A4/letter size document, business card, receipt, ID, and so on.
Benefits for End Users
Document images processed with products implementing functionality from Document Image Enhancement SDK bring higher quality text recognition (OCR). Processed documents are easier on the eyes, offering clear and legible text that is free of unwanted patterns, backgrounds or colors. In addition, processed document images take less storage space and save toner/cartridge resources when printed, scanned or faxed.
Pricing and Availability
STOIK Document Image Enhancement SDK is immediately available in 32-bit and 64-bit editions, and supports current versions of Microsoft Windows, Apple iOS, and Symbian.
Pricing information is available on request.
More information is available at STOIK Document Image Enhancement SDK.
About STOIK Imaging
Established in 1994 by a group of talented physicists and mathematicians, STOIK Imaging develops innovative Windows and Mac software for still image and video processing. Its founders have extensive background in developing image processing and data acquisition projects for a Soviet space program. Today, the company produces a wide range of image processing solutions for consumer and professional markets, and provides independent consulting and development services. The company licensed its technologies to a number of companies from the Fortune 500 list.
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