Scan Anything with the Rocketbook App
I just started using a Rocketbook at work. I'm capturing planning session notes and adding to a shared OneNote notebook at work. Problem is that we're midway through the project--my other notes are in a paper notebook and I'd like to digitize those as well. Would be great if I could download (or include in book itself) a "Rocketbook" Border that I could place over my paper notes so that I could digitize those as well. I'm almost at the point of creating a black frame with the QR code to see if I can work a hack for my own use. However, I might be willing to pay a small amount of money to download a pre-configured frame--either a physical frame I could print or, even better, an overlay built into the photo setting within Rocketbook.
So I saw that some people wanted to use stickers or they print out sheets of paper that include the QR code from the website, or frankly some people just like using their preferred method of writing material. Rather than doing that I was wondering if this was possible:
* Take notes on any piece of paper
* Scan the piece of paper for the dimensions
* Generate QR code
* Scan the QR code with notes.
Steven Chen Admin
"Augmented reality QR code" (suggested by Adam on 2021-05-05), including upvotes (1) and comments (0), was merged into this suggestion.
Look for teacher hacks for Rocketbook on YouTube. Some very clever ideas, and very useful for many people, I’m sure.
I use the beacons for this - they work on anything, not just white boards.
i have printed out their sample page at 140% size or something and stuck that into a double spread in my book... it works OK but would be better to have this as an inbuilt 2page spread design for larger mindmap type things and also for scanning.
i also use the whiteboard beacons but it's hard to line up right and i always end up with a table-coloured border.
Yup. Would love to scan other things to attach to a rocketbook scan. I just attended a board meeting where there were 3 sheets of paper for handouts. I'd love to attach those to my notes that I handwrote into my rocketbook.