Rocketbook Wave Notebook

Pen and paper aren’t at risk of being completely replaced by tablets and computers just yet, but they could still stand to be a little smarter. Rocketbook Wave plays nice with your obsessionally-organized digital world: using specially bordered pages plus a QR code for the page number your notes or scribbles can quickly be captured, processed, and converted to digital using nothing but a smartphone camera and Rocketbook’s Machine Vision-equipped app. Tick off one (or more) of seven symbols on the bottom of each page to tell the app to which cloud-enabled service — including folders within Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, OneNote, or just your email inbox — it should send the note, all completely configurable. Best of all when your Rocketbook Wave Notebook is full you won’t need to buy another: using heat-erasable Pilot Frixion pens to write, microwaving the notebook for a few minutes (and until its blue cover logo turns white) will erase all of its pages for a fresh start.

Learn more at Kickstarter – $27