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Infinite Book - Combining Digital and Analog Media

Oct 07, 2009
The Infinite Book represents a combination of print and electronic media. Its design is credited to Ewald Neuhofer.

The Infinite Book is meat to mix the digital and analogue newspapers, making it possible to surf through a digital book or media by simply flipping the pages. Thus you can read a digital book using analog navigation.

The gadget features touchscreen and mixes the clip and "infinite folding," making it possible to users to easily fold the device and take it virtually anywhere.







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posted by: Gadgets Infoniac

Apr 29, 2010 06:37 PM » posted by: matthew Rinker

this Crap Rocks

Oct 23, 2009 03:42 PM » posted by: Sigmork

A gadget likely costing around 200, held together with its main functionality on one thin little strip.

Lets just say I expect a lot of problems with this idea.



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