In the movie The Matrix, the character Neo is using a program that downloads and searches (newspaper) articles.
The tool has a GUI and it displays and scrolls the document it is currently searching. When the end of this document is reached, it downloads/shows the next one. This process seems to go off automatically, as Neo is sleeping meanwhile.
A closer look at the GUI shows a toolbar, a download progress bar (top right), and the document area (which scrolls down automatically) with the status label "Searching…".
Is there a (similar) tool like this?
A simple keyword search is sufficient.
The tool must show and automatically scroll the document it is currently searching. As this would probably take less than a second per document, it should slow down somewhat, so that human observers can follow the search.
Bonus points for highlighting sentences/paragraphs the tool is currently searching. Even more bonus points for using OCR.
It would be great if the tool really downloads documents from the Internet (e.g., using Wget in the background), but searching local documents only is okay, too.
I don’t want to give file format requirements, but it should at least support a document type that allows to embed images and/or supports formatted text. HTML and PDF would be great.
I don’t care about platform/price/license.