April 19, 2013 AT 11:30 am
Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Scan-To-Cloud Device
Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Scan-To-Cloud Device via doctape:
Today, I created an interesting DIY solution for uploading documents to a cloud service without spending much time or money doing so!
I did some research and stumpled upon the great the solution from Eduardo Luís:
http://eduardoluis.com/raspberry-pi-and-usb-network-scanner/. Eduardos solution scans tiff files to email – emulating a basic function of modern desktop scanners in a device with only a single button.
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