AVer intros Optical Character Recognition feature for visualisers

AVer has announced the launch of an Optical Character Recognition (OCR) feature within its AVerTouch software designed exclusively to connect via USB to AVer Visualisers.

With a free-trial or life-time license purchase, educators can convert graphical text, handwritten notes, diagrams, and other paper-based teaching materials into editable digital files, enhancing lesson preparation and fostering a digital resource library.

Features include:

- Digitisation: To complement existing lesson plans, teachers can capture images, convert text on paper documents into editable and searchable digital files, and export in various formats (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, and images) with just a few clicks within AVerTouch.
- AVer AI Technology: OCR uses AI to deliver OCR results. Image processing gets smarter with AI, including automatic cropping, page orientation, keystone correction (fixing distorted images), edge fill (completing missing edges), and A3/A4 page size scanning.
- Scanning Mat:  The mat features A3/A4 alignment guides for perfect document placement, a cushioned surface for document protection, and a roll-up design for convenient storage and portability.
- Streamlined Workflow: Store and efficiently organise OCR files locally on a laptop/PC, ensuring access and retrieval for future lessons. Images captured with AVer Visualisers also integrate with Google Classroom, allowing for automatic backup and synchronization with Google Drive and the sharing of digital files instantly with students and colleagues.
- Versatile discounted packages are available for purchasing a perpetual OCR license key bundled with various AVer Visualizer models (U50+, M11-8MV, F17+, and A30) and include the scanning mat. 

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