Between Samsung Galaxy Note and the Boogie Board Rip , a mini-trend has emerged at IFA last week, with companies trying to bridge the gap between paper and notebooks digital cameras. Japanese office supplies maker Kokuyo seeking in action, using devices that consumers already have. In August, the company CamiApp was released in IOS, with a version of Android to come later this month. The software scans and digitizes the handwriting, letting users edit, highlight, email, tag and share information with applications like Evernote and Dropbox . Applications are specifically designed to work with the next smartphone-friendly notebook paper company. According Kokuyo, the books have special features that make the digital capture easier. Eight different laptops will be available tomorrow. The company is also working to make laptops available CamiApp abroad.