Handwriting Recognition’s Greatest Misses

    i have a serious video game injury, from playing doom for 5 hours a day, two days straight over one weekend. this was a couple years ago, i strained my elbow. yes, the tendons in that joint are important to how i play with keyboard and mouse. and type in general. it’s not quite tennis elbow, it’s pain in a different area.
    at any rate, because i love to write/type, this put a serious cramp in my style. (gawd, at one point my arm hurt so bad that i was typing in aol-ese to my friends.) so i got a nifty handwriting recognition program to use with my tablet: Rite Pen. it is a great product; you write right across the screen, and then an app pops up so you can adjust what it thinks you wrote. all without typing anything.
    i used to write notes with it, and at the top i would put ‘any typos are not typos, but bad handwriting.’ and then i started collecting a few doozies of how the software interpreted some of my scrawls. i haven’t used it lately, so here’s the collection of “Handwriting Recognition’s Greatest Misses”!

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(When Detected Touch functions came along, I thought, hey, I can make my own menu with textures and floating text!)

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(needless to say it’s in mono.)

If it isnt halfway down the side by the time curs phallus

(..by the time class is half over)

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(If they do not have the time)



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(before step 2,)

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(it almost touches at least 2 sides of square.)

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(If you have a PhotoShop-compatible app,)

Thy hadn’t made lulu wavy bellum

(They hadn’t made him feel any better)

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  1. Bad Handwriting vs Typos « Bloodsong's Blog II Says:

    […] than typing. A lot of time goes into adjusting what the interpreter believes you wrote. (See also: Handwriting Recognition’s Greatest Misses.) I wanted to take a break from writing in my story, so I sent my friend an un-corrected message […]

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