New Interactive Ink From MyScript Lets You Enable Your Users to Write and Draw
Tuesday, August 09, 2016
MyScript has launched of Interactive Ink a digital ink technology that allows ink editing through gestures and providing device reflow flexibility. Interactive Ink relies on real-time predictive handwriting recognition, made possible by artificial intelligence and neural network architectures.
MyScript’s application developer toolkit (ATK) will now include this technology integrated into MyScript’s recognition product offerings for use by software developers and OEMs.
Interactive Ink provides the ability to interact with digital devices to create content, without the need for a keyboard, and then share that content in digital form. It allows users to write in block or cursive input, and predictively interpret and convert to digital text.
The solution can facilitate solving math calculations and recognizing advanced handwritten mathematical equations. Hand-drawn charts, maps and diagrams can be transformed into digital shapes that are editable, searchable and storable.
The Interactive Ink toolkit is now available from MyScript’s developer portal.
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