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In Part 2 of From Paper to the Cloud, Epson Software Engineer Kent Sisco shows how Windows 7 Touch can be used in a kiosk setting with a printer and scanner. Epson Imaging Technology Center (EITC) team has created an application called Marksheets that converts marks on paper forms into user data on Windows Azure Platform.
Mark sheets are forms that can now be printed on standard printers and marked similar to the optically scanned standardized tests that we've all used.
You can apply this technology to create your own data input form or mark sheet. Users can print the form on demand then mark, scan, access their data in the cloud.
The demo is a prototype for printing, scanning, and data storage applications for education, medicine, government, and business.
Channel 9 Videos in this series:
Next up: Marksheets for medical input.
Bruce D. Kyle ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation