How can I digitize my physics textbook? It's huge and I don't want to cut the spine.
I saw a picture of this: Ion Audio
I want to know what's most important when making my own. I have a digital camera, and I have lights. I was thinking of making a movie of me flipping each page, then just using OCR software (maybe even Acrobat) to get all the words, tables and diagrams.
- Is Acrobat the program of choice once I have the pictures?
- What (kind of) software can recognize when I flip each page (so each frame can be removed and analyzed by Acrobat-like software). Does software like this exist? Should I just use a stopwatch program?