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Thursday, November 20, 2008


Hey anyone heard of a driver license scanner? You may ask, "Geez, how does it work?" And I'd say, " Gee, I don't know", lol... crazy huh? but then again what is a driver license scanner? Simple, it's a scanner that scans drivers' licenses... end of story. Yeah, that's what it is but, what is it really? So people, if you are wondering the same as I am trying to squeeze my head for dear life, lol... here is what i have gathered...

"SnapShell IDR is a driver license scanner system that extracts the full card image, face image, signature image and full text data of the ID Card. The Snapshell ID uses a 3 mega-pixel camera built into its base to "snap" high quality digital images of ID cards (up to 600 dpi), populating the card’s text into appropriate fields within 2-3 seconds, into an external file, clipboard or third party software.

The extracted image and data can be exported to any other application, email, FTP and the web. When using the automatic card placement detection, SnapShell IDR launches the ID scan job immediately upon placing the card on the SnapShell ID reader.

With an outstanding cards scanning and processing speed combined with a powerful OCR engine, SnapShell IDR is ideal for customer service offices, government agencies, bars & clubs, various businesses, and third party kiosk applications."

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