The Future of Handwriting?

Smart pen recognizes handwriting with motion sensors

VibeWrite is a German startup with the ambition to change the world of writing: "We want to give the good old handwriting in the age of smartphones and tablets new look and new relevance", the inventors say.

The Future of Handwriting? Photos: VibeWrite
The Future of Handwriting?  Photos: VibeWrite

This electronic writing help may change the world and this is done through an innovation made in Germany. One in seven adults even in Germany between 18 and 64 years can not read and write properly. This shows the incredible potential. UNESCO report shows that about 774 million people are illiterate worldwide. In many countries of the world it is still a privilege to read and write.

In the electronic pen a software is installed, which can recognize handwriting in real time. If a wrong word is written, the pen starts to vibrate and it does not matter whether you use a document or a tablet. Co-inventor Daniel Kaesmacher: "It is the first digital pen that recognizes handwriting with motion sensors and makes the writing digitally usable." The idea for the VibeWrite came to the inventors looking at the children's homework. Soon the idea was implemented.

Unique motion sensor technology
Unique motion sensor technology

The VibeWrite learning pen is inspired by life, created from everyday moments. It is sufficient if the user paints in the air - the technique makes it possible to use the VibeWrite in conjunction with a smartphone or computer. The digital device checks the writing and emits a subtle vibration when it thinks you've made an error. VibeWrite, works in English and German, is a learning aid for kids, a gadget for anyone, with unique motion sensor technology, wirelessly connected to combine classic and digital use - and even with open API for app developers!
Infos: Whoever is convinced, checks on the company's homepage or , as the startup is undergoing crowdfunding,

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