From interview sessions to classroom exams, hand-written code is commonly used everywhere. However, rather than discarding a solution, or even facing difficulty reading someone's handwriting, we can use wytecode for efficient "code-saving" as well as "code-sharing". We want a simpler way to save code and make it easily accessible anywhere at anytime.

What it does

wytecode is an app that identifies handwritten code and, essentially, converts it to code that can be used on many devices.

Challenges I ran into

It was difficult to come up with an algorithm to make this work. A lot of existing apps/programs that attempt to do the same project have difficulty identifying handwriting.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

We were able to design and apply the essentials for this project's functionality, especially with handwriting recognition.

What's next for wytecode

We plan to extend our app to analyze photos/images with code on it and, ultimately, convert code in images to actual code anyone can use. In addition, we plan to have a send function that allows for flexible sharing.

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