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Interesting concept but I'm just curious what the use case for this is? In the past, I've been able to just upload photos of sketches into an app like Marvel and using hotspots turned it into a rough interactive prototype.
I'm just curious what the use case for this is?
This is clearly just a technology demonstration, but in the future I can foresee this kind of implementation would put companies that put WYSIWYG software in trouble.
If you could hand draw a wireframe, ask it to use the most popular current design trends as a base of reference, and got it to just produce the code for you, it would cut out a lot of middle-ground in the development process.
But how much of a niche is that? People who sketch by hand, but bo it clean and definitive? My sketches look like someone suffered an epileptic episode while holding a pen, mostly because these's no "undo" or "delete" option. And tbh, now I do most of my quick wireframeing in apps (on my Surface Pro). Sketches are more "notes" for me, with a lot of additional information, no sense in converting them into a wireframe.
If it wasn't restricted IP I could show you boards and boards (and boards and boards and boards) of wireframes.
It's certainly not a niche! We build software for the financial sector and it's a critical part of the process for us. I would wager every large professional design or dev shop uses them fairly extensively in the early stages of a project.