Kudos to Kokuyo to integrate physical product with apps. Kokuyo’s CamiApp is an app that capture information using the device’s camera, digitized them and allowing you to store them to Dropbox or Evernote (if you need). However, it has something that really differentiate itself from the competition.
To use the app effectively, you will need to purchase their special notebook (clever). These notebooks (in various sizes) has markers on the four corners.
These markers help the app to adjust the image so that it can be shown without tilting and distortion. It also has a special code box that you can color it so that the app is able to categorize your note.
Difficult to understand, watch this video with demonstration.
This is really neat. Unless the future digital pen input is so good to replace notebook, this might be the next best option. I use to think of scanning all my notes into digital copies. But it will really takes up a lot of time. With this notebook and the CamiApp, it really helps to do this job faster.
Currently, the app is available in Android and iOS. You will have to wait to see if Kokuyo wants to ship these notebooks internationally. In the meanwhile, you can download the app to have a feel (for iOS only. Android version might need to wait for a little while, according to the video). It comes in English language too.