Royole is a company that produces flexible displays, sensors and all around smart devices. Its latest product is a smart writing pad that can transcribe in real-time from regular paper using a standard pen or pencil. Now you can have a digital record on any of your devices instantly.
All you have to do is place the Royole writing pad under a regular sheet of paper to begin. Then any writing or drawing can be reproduced instantly on any of your devices to be saved in a digital format. All this is done in real-time as well. You can even save your doodles on the writing pad for a later sync with a smart phone or tablet or uploaded to the cloud.
The force touch hand writing sensor allows you to capture very accurate depictions of your drawings and writings too. This writing pad allows anyone to share hand written documents in a natural and intuitive way. The pad offers a few different ways to back up your creations. For one, the data is stored on the paper it has been written on, but also it can be stored on local memory or in the cloud as well.
Users can immediately have a digital record sent directly to their smart device, computer, and to the cloud, or transfer at a later time.
Some of the use cases for this smart writing pad are at an office when you want to share presentations with fellow co-workers or supervisors. Also, students can easily capture lecture notes or handwritten calculations and formulas in math or science classes.
Now, architects will be able to easily make sketches and send them to clients in real-time. Finally, anyone who wants to share or communicate creative concepts that go beyond your basic handwritten text will be able to benefit from this new device.
Royole has a ton of its products at CES 2018, like its flexible displays and sensor technologies as well. These products are meant for the office and education. They also aid in development of other consumer electronics emerging today in categories such as smart home, sports, fashion and more.