Interactive books

December 2, 2008 at 10:22 pm Leave a comment

Give it months before reading tablets are in mass production. Y’know, those e-ink technologies that will revolutionise how we carry our reading material around. Devices such as the Kindle and e-readers are baby step towards that end, which in turn will be a bigger step towards ultimate mobile, interactive personalised informative experience.

Interactive books aren’t a new concept, pop-up books were the first I think. This chap has done it by utilising Google Maps to add a locational feel to his e-novel. Looks like fun.

You can read the book here. It’s in German though.

For an English explanation about the book, see this article.

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