JSTOR Snap lets researchers take a photo of text and get relevant journal articles on their smartphones.
The JSTOR Labs team is hard at work plotting out new directions in JSTOR's future. Their latest project, JSTOR Snap, lets mobile users on JSTOR take a photo of text and find articles that match keywords on the page. Want to know more about what goes into these new ideas? Watch a video of the Labs team's "flash build" week at the University of Michigan.