Ok this probably isn't quite what you're after, but Ghostwriter can use a picture as a form, and can export to Evernote, which will OCR your text. More of a personal productivity thing, but if that's what you need, it works pretty well. For a use case example, google Chronodex and Ghostwriter (Chronodex is a sample form you can download and then use as a background/paper option in Ghostwriter).
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On Mar 5, 2012, at 8:27 PM, "Nate Hill" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> apologies for cross-posting.
> Does anyone on this list know if there is an existing solution to the
> following scenario?
> I'd like to create a basic form, on *paper.*
> Fields might include: name, age, address, library branch.
> Then, I'd like to have an app for my iPhone (or whatever) that can take a
> picture of that form, perform OCR on the fields, and populate a database
> with the results based on the form template.
> This would be very useful.
> Nate Hill
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