OCR Document Reading Software

OCR Document Reader Software

OCR Document Readers

What Is?What is OCR Document Reading Software ?

Optical character recognition (also optical character reader, OCR) is the mechanical or electronic conversion of images of typed, handwritten or printed text into machine-encoded text, whether from a scanned document, a photo of a document, a scene-photo (for example the text on signs and billboards. Once converted the text can then be read to visually impaired people using screenreading software.

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For IOS, Android & Windows.
Sensotec and the National Federation of the Blind are proudly announcing that the Enterprise version of the award-winning KNFB Reader technology that is helping blind, low-vision, dyslexic, and other print-disabled users around the world to live the lives they want is now available for Windows 10!.
With the touch of a single button, read virtually any type of printed text, including mail, receipts, class handouts, memos and many other documents.
Accuracy is facilitated by a field of view report, automatic page detection, and tilt control.
Proprietary document analysis technology determines the words and reads them aloud to the user with high quality text-to-speechvoices.
Multi page scanning.
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Automatic text detection to enable hands-free operation or touch-free operation.
Text navigation by line, sentence, word and character.
Reading modes for single and multicolumn formats.


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ABBYY FineReader v14ABBYY FineReader OCR software helps individuals turn scans of printed paper documents, PDF files, and digital photographs into searchable and editable formats which can be read by screenreading software.




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OpenBook 9
OpenBook 9 features the fastest and most accurate text recognition available. Place a document on a scanner or under the PEARL® camera and OpenBook begins to read and display the recognized text on the screen within seconds of acquiring the image.

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