Hi all! I have developing OCR software - the goal is recognition of insurance blanks. I have extracting fields with text from image and send it to your OCR public service separately. The meta-information about text fields i store in special database. The main problem - the source images very diffirent, they have diff scale, margins and so one, so, one meta-information is not valid for all images. I need the tool for handle fields tuning. I see it as graphical editor with source image and freely floating colored bars above it. Where i put colored bar - there image text must be recognized. Please see for understanding the idea: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8qRomgBHgAqNUswckZMWFZUbE0/view?usp=sharing

Please help me to choose right direction.

Respect, Max

asked 18 Mar '15, 05:31

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answered 19 Mar '15, 12:06

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