For archivists and curators, book scanners – and in particular, the Image Access Bookeye book scanners – are an absolute necessity. In addition to providing the absolute best optical resolution and image quality of a target book, book scanners are also the safest way to scan delicate and sensitive materials. , such as antique or one-of-a-kind books. If you believe that an Image Access Bookeye Scanner may prove beneficial for your professional and personal requirements. Large Document Solutions can help with your solution. We are one of the few service trained organizations in the United States. Contact us at (866)-338-4464 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to add one to your product library.
Image Access has re-engineered book scanning from the ground up. The advantages of using a book scanner are many. Image Access’s Bookeye scanners have many advantages over more expensive book scanners.
Bookeye 4 V3 Kiosk
Designed for self-service applications. A casual user can quickly and easily operate this book scanner. With a maximum scanning area of 15.3 x 18.9 inches this unique book cradle solution allows users to digitize bound documents at a resolution of 400 dpi and A3+ in size, by either laying them flat on the scanning bed or in the V-cradle, at an angle of 120 degrees for gentle, protective handling of the source material.
The Bookeye 4 V2
A set of 4 overhead book scanners developed for large scale operations. Each model comes equipped with a 120 degree V-shaped book cradle, integrated touch screen and 19 inch monitor to preview and control scans. Documents and books can also be laid flat and scanned if needed.
This Bookeye model is available with 5 options. The "Basic" package is a monochrome scanner. The "Kiosk" scanner is a color self-service/copier device, "Office" package is a color scanner with the multiple user management option to define complex workflows and the fingerprint reader for auto-identification, and the "Professional" package includes everything above plus 600x400 DPI optical resolution, scan client interface, quicker than 2 seconds per A2 scan, digital color balance, and the integrated ICC-Profiling. The Professional Archive features the same set-up as the Professional model but also includes V-shaped glass.
Bookeye 4 V1A
Professional use linear CCD technology to produce large format images in either grayscale or color. It uses a 140 degree V-book cradle to accommodate large, fragile bound documents but it can also be used with flat documents. The glass plate helps hold documents in place, though it is not necessary to have the glass in place in order to operate it.
This Bookeye is the "Professional" package which includes 24bit color scanning, motorized book cradle with lift up to 10 CM, glass plate for perfect scans in flat mode, 400 DPI optical resolution, scan client interface, quicker than 3 seconds per A1 scan, book fold correction, digital color balance, and the integrated ICC-Profiling.
Bookeye 4 V1A-C35 / C50
This model features a motorized book cradle that can handle books up to 13.8 inches thick. The book cradle can lay flat or fold into a V-shape depending on user preference.
This Bookeye includes 36bit color scanning, a motor-driven glass plate with three available positions, 400 DPI optical resolution, scan client interface, quicker than 3 seconds per A1 scan, book fold correction, digital color balance, and the integrated ICC-Profiling.
All models include these features:
Take a look at a demonstration of the Image Access Bookeye Scanner