Most scanners lack portability and versatility. A new 10-in.-long “Magic Wand,” which runs on a pair of AA batteries, stores images to a 4-GB micro-USB chip, has 24-bit color and downloads through a USB 2.0 port and cable, opens up a lot of possibilities for users. Photo by James Blum Magic Wand scanner grabs true-color, real-sized images and has a 4-GB micro-USB chip. With its 1:1 target-to-scan ratio and its ability to scan at 300 x 300 dpi in low resolution, or 600 x 600 dpi in high resolution, it becomes a potential tool for capturing jpg images to match
The growing need to collect, store and analyze the huge volumes of data collected from infrastructure project stakeholders is generating a new growth area for construction-sector firms, IT vendors and professionals.