Slim Sexy Scanner Looks Like A Saber

Doing away with the traditional norms of a bulky scanner is the svelte scanU. This pocket-sized gadget is inherently made up of three segments: the screen, the power unit and the storage. The display screen comprises of a three-layer roll out scanning bed, where the upper and bottom layers are OLED screens (providing illumination) and the central layer features capacitive and photo sensors that capture the scanned data.

You will find a USB interface on both the rechargeable battery and the Flash based memory unit. This makes charging or transferring data quite simple and easy. Apparently you can even use it to scan and play aloud books. Next time your kid pesters you for a bedtime story, just slip the scanU into the Peter Pan book and let it tell the tale!

Designer: Ashish Chaudhary

20 Comments

  • Christine says:

    I saw same concept (more like same item) couple months ago from here.
    Be creative~!!

  • matt says:

    boringggggg

  • Arpan maiti says:

    seems very effective …. especially to scan those handy pocket books and diaries containing valuable info/pix and contacts- being small u often tend to lose them ..thank god.. now u have the info intact wid u so ……..no regrets 🙂

  • Eric says:

    Scrap this. They should get the screen on a laptop to double as a scanner. Place a hard copy on the keyboard, close and open the screen, voila- it’s digitized on your screen.

  • KwangErn says:

    Scanning bed looks fragile. Imagine having to use it for 10K times. If it really works, why not add it into laptops?

  • Flex-idea says:

    i do this in 2007 as Thesis in "Università di Firenze, corso di laurea in product design" and copyrighted. You are not original!

  • Flex-idea says:

    i do this in 2007 as Thesis in “Universit di Firenze, corso di laurea in product design” and copyrighted. You are not original!

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    have to post. Would you list of every one of your shared pages like your twitter feed, Facebook
    page or linkedin profile?

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