Step One: Open this up and tip it like this (standing up vertically).
Step Two: Take a standard 9 by 12 piece of acrylic.
Step Three: Put a couple of stoppers here and line them up with the iPhone, so that when the user puts an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet of paper it lines up perfectly. There's a stopper so visually impaired users. There's only one way this can go in here.
Step Four: Tap the center of it and it takes a picture of it.
Step Five: Click on reading it. It's now recognizing it.
Step Six: The user can turn on Voiceover 1, 2, 3 (VoiceOver reads the document), so essentially what it's doing is it's reading this.
Step Seven: The user discovers that they can take a little bit of this corrugated plastic and put that using double-sided tape and make that a stopper. Then they can make a place to drop their iPhone in here.
Step Eight: Again they can still put their paper in here, tap it, scan it.
Step Nine: With this corner guard the user can pick this up and lay an iPad there, so the camera would be right here shining down.
Options: The user can put a little velcro on it so they can put their piece in here, fold it up, and now can drop into a backpack.