Rocketbook is straight from the future. Snap a picture with the free app to digitize and store your pages . . . then wipe them clean with a stint in the microwave.
As if turning your physical notebook virtual isn’t enough—the app stores your pages in order, too. Each has its own QR code—sort of like a digital fingerprint— and a check-off menu that drops it in your preferred location (e.g, Evernote, Google Docs, Dropbox and more)
Once your notes are stored in the cloud, stick Rocketbook in the microwave with a mug of water on top. The heat causes the Frixion pen ink to disappear, leaving only a faint image from where the physical imprint of your past writing was.
Makers Joe Lemay and Jake Epstein understand the collaborative value of the cloud but believe “technology creates friction for brainstorming.” Rocketbook encourages the urge to innovate on paper but backs you up with an online copy of your work.
Save your ideas with this overachieving notebook and save some trees, too.