Augmented reality poetry book can only be read via webcam
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We've already seen augmented reality used to superimpose text on top of chocolate-bar wrappers and newspaper ads, but now we've come across an example of the technology being used in the publishing industry. Between Page And Screen is a printed book of poems that relies entirely on augmented reality to convey its words. The Between Page and Screen poetry book has no text printed on its physical pages. Rather, each page is covered with a stark black and white geometric shape and a web address leading to the book's website. To read the book, readers must visit that site and…
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