DS takes penmanship lessons
Zi Corporation licenses Decuma handwriting recognition technology to Nintendo for use in its dual-screened handheld.
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From the "Why wasn't this done before the system launched?" department, Calgary, Alberta-based Zi Corporation today announced that it has licensed its Decuma handwriting recognition technology to Nintendo for use in the development of DS games. "With Decuma, Nintendo DS users will experience natural handwriting recognition previously only available to PDA and smartphone users," promised the company's chief technical officer and chief operating officer Milos Djokovic.