We continue our tech-related series with a post about the Interactive Tabletop developed by Sony Future Lab, an R&D department of the Japanese multinational corporation. The Interactive Tabletop is a projector that not only lightens up a surface, but it also makes it a touch-sensitive display, bringing it to life. Using depth sensors and motion tracking, the … Continue reading Books+Tech: Book brought to life using Augmented Reality
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Welcome to a new post about the intriguing ways books mix with technology and create new forms of art. While the previous post of this series was all about the book cover that judges its potential readers, this post is about sensory fiction. Long story short, three MIT students (Felix Heibeck, Alexis Hope, and Julie … Continue reading Books+Tech: The book that enables you to feel characters’ emotions
Whether we like it or not, we do judge books by their covers. But how would you feel if you were judged by a book? Well, someone thought about the same question and actually implemented a system to help find the answer. The Dutch artist Thijs Biersteker beautifully combined technology and books, creating a book … Continue reading Books+Tech: The book cover that judges you
Wow, how did one year pass so quickly? It seems like only yesterday that I was brainstorming the name of the blog and thinking what to write in the “About” section … After celebrating the one-year anniversary of Readers’ High Tea with the launch of WanderBooks, I think it’s a good time to reflect on … Continue reading Personal insights after one year of blogging about books