Well, I can't really say I know or can identify based on other software models, to be fair.
I don't have enough information or a blueprint of their goals. But I did test-run their current level app and I highly encourage the growth of development of this kind of thing, especially for Mac users where optimization software is lacking. We have one hell of time getting an error-free/crash-free version of Scan Tailor, and that environment is already nearing it's end as described by Tulon himself: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=648#p6084
Tulon wrote:...For all other intents and purposes, consider myself retired from the project [Scan Tailor].
Although I think it's gonna be hard to find better apps than ST, I respectfully bow out of any comparison issues with the other outstanding, well used, and much needed projects currently in progress; albeit open source or closed.
A dev team that directly looks at iPhone and Mac with media transcription of physical materials is what I'm really interested in. While I don't have the skills to develop software for this, others do, and they have expressed intent.
I'm expelling free time & energy into this is because they appear eager and willing to improve their scanning software--with a 1 app approach--open to suggestions from do-it-yourself users like myself and perhaps anyone else with a great idea that couldn't otherwise execute on their own.
How much they lend from outside suggestions is not known.