My Script Notes Releases Versiion 2.1.

MyscriptnotesVision Objects has released version 2.1 of MyScript Notes, handwriting recogition software for a variety of pen-based input systems. I’ve not seen or tried this out, so this looks like something we’ll have to give a look-see. Here’s the press release:



Vision Objects releases MyScript Notes 2.1

December 13, 2006 Vision Objects, provider of the industry standard in handwriting recognition and text input methods for pen-based user interfaces is pleased to announce the release of MyScript Notes 2.1. MyScript Notes application software converts natural handwriting captured through digital pens and writing devices into smart computer readable information. This new release features writer adaptation for Asian languages, a new user interface in the 16 different languages supported by MyScript Notes, and recognizes 4 new languages: Korean and Traditional Chinese to strengthen the Asian language offer, Norwegian and Russian.


MyScript Notes reliably recognizes handwritten text including shapes, tables and drawings and converts them into digital information that can be sent with one click to email clients, text editors or spreadsheets. MyScript Notes helps users to work more efficiently by allowing them to easily organize and share their notes for further use.


MyScript Notes works seamlessly with a wide range of devices including Logitech, Nokia and Maxell digital pens featuring Anoto functionality, Pentel AirPen, Pegasus NoteTaker, Acecad Digimemo, iRex iLiad, Digital Inkpad from Waltop and any Tablet PCs.

This new release supports Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.


No need to change your handwriting style! MyScript Trainer, a module that helps users to create a recognition profile in order to improve recognition of their unique handwriting style, is now available for all languages

We are very pleased to see more and more pen input device manufacturers choose MyScript Notes to enhance the value of their note taking solutions, said Jean-Marc Aïchoun, VP Sales and Marketing of Vision Objects. This new release, available in a wide range of languages, including for the first time a Cyrillic language, will enable new users across the world to take notes on the move, using natural handwriting, and share information electronically with other people.

MyScript Notes 2.1 is available through Vision Objects’ online store, accessible from >