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android-ocr - Experimental optical character recognition app

  •    Java

An experimental app for Android that performs optical character recognition (OCR) on images captured using the device camera. Runs the Tesseract OCR engine using tess-two, a fork of Tesseract Tools for Android.

tess-two - Fork of Tesseract Tools for Android

  •    C

A fork of Tesseract Tools for Android (tesseract-android-tools) that adds some additional functions. Tesseract Tools for Android is a set of Android APIs and build files for the Tesseract OCR and Leptonica image processing libraries. The source code for these dependencies is included within the tess-two/jni folder.

SwiftOCR - Fast and simple OCR library written in Swift

  •    Swift

SwiftOCR is a fast and simple OCR library written in Swift. It uses a neural network for image recognition. As of now, SwiftOCR is optimized for recognizing short, one line long alphanumeric codes (e.g. DI4C9CM). We currently support iOS and OS X. This is a really good question.

GOCR

  •    C

GOCR is an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program, developed under the GNU Public License. It converts scanned images of text back to text files. Joerg Schulenburg started the program, and now leads a team of developers.




JavaOCR

  •    Java

Java OCR is an Optical Character Recognition algorithm based on a mean squared recognizer. This tool also includes utilities to trace and extract characters.

Tessnet2

  •    CSharp

A .NET 2.0 Open Source OCR assembly using Tesseract engine.

image-as-script - JavaScript code recognized and executed from an image

  •    Javascript

People argue why the websites are so slow - is it the large images or lots of JavaScript? The next natural step is to send large images with JavaScript. Then one can run character recognition library to get the JavaScript out of the image and execute it. Seems reasonable.


nativescript-ocr - :newspaper: :mag: Tesseract-powered OCR plugin for NativeScript

  •    TypeScript

You'll need to add language files to help Tesseract recognizing text in the images you feed it. Download version 3.04.00 of the tessdata files here and add your required language to the app/tesseract/tessdata/ folder of your app.

ocr-convert-image-to-text - :clipboard: Python wrapper to grab text from all the images in a directory and save a subdirectory as text files using Tesseract Engine

  •    Python

Python wrapper to grab text from all the images in a directory and save a subdirectory as text files using Tesseract Engine. Tesseract is an optical character recognition engine for various operating systems. It is free software, released under the Apache License, Version 2.0, and development has been sponsored by Google since 2006. In 2006 Tesseract was considered one of the most accurate open-source OCR engines then available.